Jason Lee has been writing software professionally for over 20 years, but his love for computers started over a decade earlier, in the fourth grade, when his dad brought home a Commodore 64. He has been working with Java for almost his entire career, with the last 12+ years focused primarily on Enterprise Java. He has written in-house web applications and libraries, and also worked on large, more public projects, such as the JavaServer Faces reference implementation Mojarra, GlassFish, and WebLogic Server. Jason is currently the President of the Oklahoma City Java Users Group, and is an occasional speaker at conferences. Ever the technology enthusiast, his current interests include cloud computing, mobile development, and emerging JVM languages. Apart from work, Jason enjoys spending time with his wife, Angela, and his two sons, Andrew and Noah. He is active in the music ministry of his local church, and enjoys reading, running, martial arts, and playing his bass guitar.