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Jason Lam is a technical lead and Solutions Architect with over 21 years of experience in software application development; over 14 years of industry experience with 7 years of self-educated hobbyists programming. Skills and experience include object-oriented analysis, ERP/SCM/CRM/CMS, target-marketing systems and financial data services. Breadth of knowledge includes working with Internet technologies, mainframe, mid-range systems, commercial software, migration & integration of large systems. More recently Jason Lam has been specializing in wireless architecture, design, development and deployment. Contribution to the wireless development community includes open source publication book titled "J2ME & Gaming" (downloaded over 140,000 times), contributor to the BlackBerry Hacks book published by O'rielly, published a number of articles at DevArticles.com, Developer.com and WirelessProNews.com. Wireless industry experience gained through employment with Burntsand, MoBro, AirG, Razor Technology, Safeway IT, CakePoker, BC Lotteries, GooBiq.com and QuoteMedia. Jason has a proficient knowledge of the challenges faced by the mobile industry such as Memory constraints, DRM, Device fragmentation, Device Form Factor, Screen Interface Challenges, Network Latency Testing, deployment, understanding the mobile market, understanding the mobile demographic and working with other stake holders in the mobile industry (carriers, distrubutors, content providers, App Stores..etc)
The skills and experience listed below are NOT all current but I have worked with all of them at one time or another. My greatest strength is the fact I have worked with many technologies, programming languages, platforms, operating systems and development environments which truly gives me experience in taking on challenges in any situation.
I am definitely a fast learner who able to adapt to both new and legacy environments.