About the author
Welcome to my end point on internet.
I am Jan Willem Groenenberg aka JeeWeetje.
As software engineer at Atos I translate business challenges into software that add business value with Microsoft technologies like ASP.NET MVC, Azure, Windows Phone & Windows Store apps. With more than 15 years of experience in web development (earned my dinosaur badge with pride), I started two years ago to explore the world of mobile apps.
I am also a husband, a dad of a girl & a boy, an owner of a English Cocker Spaniel, a foodie, a former Coca Cola junkie (going cold turkey), a recreational trail runner, a snowboarder, a hobby chef and gadgets freak.
If you have to put a label on me, it would be an autistic with the Asperger syndrome.
Want to know more? Just ask, I might tell you more…
I the author of the content that can be found here within can assure you, the reader that any of the opinions expressed here are my own and are a result of the way in which my highly disorganized and somewhat disfunctional mind interprets a particular situation and or concept. Because I have Asperger syndrome my opinions and observations can be different then those from “normal” people. The usefulness of any type of information on this site is a matter of your opinion. I shared it, it is up to you to do something with it. Reading or skipping it are the blue and red pill options at hand at any time.
To make sure my current employer, Atos, stays out of hopefully never happening future legal charges I hereby guarantee that the only connection with this site is the fact Atos is my employer and I occasionally write about my work. At least the parts that do not fall within a signed by me NDA (No Disclosure Agreement). I you seek for Atos company secrets here, you might be better of in a dark alley looking for that mysterious guy in a raincoat. It is my work that plays the mortgage, not this site.
I would like to expressly convey to you (the still reading reader) that were I to accidentally defame, purge, humiliate and or hurt someone’s person or feelings as a result of them reading and or acting upon any or all of the information and or advice found here at my site, it is entirely unintentional of me to do so.
Any comments that may be found here at runninggeek.nl or pomtiedom.com are the express opinions and or the property of their individual authors. Therefore, I the owner/author of this site can not be held responsible for the fact that the minds of the respected authors may just well be as disfunctional as my own. If not more…. And it is not a practice of my own, let alone I have the time for it, to edit any comments left here by others (like you, regretting that last comment).
Should you (the hurt reader, reading how to handle me, the bruteness) identify any such content that is harmful, malicious, sensitive or unnecessary, I request that you contact me so I may rectify the problem. Failing that you may like to just sit and weep incessantly! Please do note; I do not offer hankies if you just sit and weep incessantly.
In case of any legal issue, contact me first and please don’t sue me instantly! I, as Dutch citizen, try to respect Dutch laws, copyrights and intellectual properties of rightful owners. If I fail doing so, I did it by mistake.
For commenting I require you (the comment giving reader, in fact a writer) to give a name and an email address. That is only for identifying yourself on this site and for me being able to contact you if needed. I do not harvest email addresses for mailing lists or to fill you inbox with spam.
Technical protocols told the easy way; Your IP address is known by this site. You (the visitor, hopefully reading and commenting) know the IP address of this site (most likely by a more meaningful alias, like the domain name). Both IP addresses are needed to be able to communicate, nothing more.
Everybody needs cookies. The tastefulness of cookies is a matter of person taste. I do my best to only serve the most tasteful cookies in order to keep you happy.
Selling or sharing with third parties of the above mentioned data would give me a revenue not even near to the wages of my daytime job. So there is no reason to do it.
But above all, be aware that anything you share on internet might be publicly available to a certain degree. Safeguard your privacy please.
If you made it to here, reading all of the above, you earned my instant respect.