About me

Jonathan Camp PhotoHi, I’m interested in most things related to the web; web2.0, ajax, web development, etc. I’m also starting to create video tutorials so watch this space. I tend to blog on anything that interests me; ranging from motorbikes to programming to video and photography.

One of my other web sites microupdate.co.uk has other random information. I love the concept of Blogs so tend to post more stuff here as it’s easier! Currently I’m working as the Development Director for DSCallards Ltd, a software company based in Ashburton, Devon (UK). DSCallards specialise in providing bespoke development solutions and services along with Business Intelligence integration. We are also the UK leading reseller of Crystal Reports.

I regularly publish photos on Flickr and have started creating some YouTube videos. I’m a member of ecademy (business networking), LinkedIn, facebook, twitter, FriendFeed plus the usual million other social networking sites.

I’ve also started to look at some new technologies such as Google Wave and the Semantic Web (perhaps web 3.0?) plus geotagging. These are three key technologies that I feel will be very important in the near future – who can tell. This blog is an eclectic mix of postings, and it’s supposed to be that way. It reflects the way I think and the ideas I have at the time. My Delicious feed tries to capture my day to day thoughts as I find them at work and home, many of the links relate to what I happen to be working on at the time.

The web gives us interesting times, certainly there is a lot of time wasted and spent surfing looking for ‘stuff’ – sometimes we get lucky and actually find content from the originators; I like to be an originator if I can.

You can always contact me at nampara17 (at) gmail.com or use the form below.

3 thoughts on “About me

  1. Pingback: DSCallards – work « Jonathans Blog

  2. Hey awesome post but I have a suggestion for you. You should seriously consider adding relevant videos in your posts. That’s because many people like me love videos and understand the subject better.

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