My name is Jeremy Thomerson, and you appear to have stumbled across my blog. This blog is focused on all things technical that interest me. I intend to write posts about Wicket, which is quite possibly the best web framework ever developed, as well as other Java technologies I use – Lucene, Spring, Hibernate, etc. You may also find an occasional post about other technical topics such as Linux, server administration, MySQL, MS SQL, Perl, or even circuitboard design, a hobby of mine.
The first web application that I published commercially was purchased by eBay. I stayed on with eBay for several years, assisting and mentoring teams that were migrating several applications over to a scalable Java-based architecture. After those were complete, I was off to new adventures – which led me to Wicket. I have been using Wicket since version 1.1, and have deployed over two dozen successful web applications of various sizes with it.