You have reached the personal website of Jon Lennart Aasenden. An unorthodox, hyper creative and at times passionate software developer. My computing background is varied among many types of projects. I am initially self-taught and began my programming adventure on the ancient ZX-81 at the age of 10.

For me, being self-taught truly is a great advantage, because I’m used to figuring things out and solving problems outside the box. I later decided to take formal education as a programmer, but was offered a job as a teacher.

Background and expertise

My list of projects and areas of expertise are varied but they all revolve around Delphi, which is my programming language of preference (although I can gladly work in C#, basic or anything else you can throw at me). I have formal education as an artist (painter and drawing) as well a software developer (Microsoft certified visual basic developer), but my main interest has always been Delphi. So far I have been extremely lucky to make a living from my innovative Delphi creations, written from scratch using nothing but object pascal.

Most of my work rotate around large-scale Windows services – processing terabytes of data in a broad variety of forms. I have also created and published my own invoicing system (Norwegian only), architected an objective database engine, created a pascal compiler, designed an RTL from scratch, made a desktop search engine (IBM Sweden) and a desktop to cloud backup system  (www.jotta.no).

For a list of projects, please see my products page

Present activities

My latest invention is the super cool HTML5 development platform: Smart Mobile Studio, which consolidates the academic world of strongly typed object pascal with the loosely typed and flamboyant JavaScript.

The project is crafted in co-operation with the finest minds of the Delphi scene, resulting in a vibrant and exciting new platform for serious mobile development.

I am also playing around with a completely new compiler and IDE, Quartex Pascal, which compiles not only Object Pascal – but Visual Basic .net to JavaScript and C++.

Get in touch

Cash is king. If you want an average program, hire an average programmer. If you want an awesome program, send me an email.