John M. Wargo is a professional software developer and a contributor to the Apache Cordova Project. He got started with mobile development while working at Research In Motion, now called BlackBerry, and eventually wrote the first book on BlackBerry development. From there he started working with and writing about Adobe PhoneGap and Apache Cordova; that led him to write four books on the topic.
He wrote a series of articles covering methods for mobilizing IBM Domino applications for The View, a magazine for IBM Lotus Notes and Domino developers, which was eventually published into an anthology.
He is currently a Principal Analyst for Forrester Research; serving Application Development & Delivery Professionals focusing on Mobile Development and Open-Source Software. Previously, he worked for SAP as the product manager for the SAP Mobile Platform's Hybrid SDK, a set of enterprise plugins for Apache Cordova, and the SAP Fiori Client, a Cordova-based native application runtime for the SAP Fiori web application.
You can find him online at www.johnwargo.com and on Twitter at @johnwargo.