Welcome to GExperts Inc, a small company owned and sometimes operated by Gerald Nunn. At the moment the company is on hiatus however I still use this site to maintain updates and blog about things of interest. Feel free to look around and drop me an e-mail if you have any questions.

If you are looking for info about OnTrack, a diabetes tracking application for Android, please visit the OnTrack product page.

If you are looking for info about Gel, please visit the Gel product page. However do note that Gel is no longer being developed, if you are looking for a Java IDE I recommend Eclipse or Netbeans.

If you are looking for the Delphi add-in GExperts, please visit the GExperts page at http://home/gexperts/www.gexperts.org. Please do not send me questions about this project, it was open-sourced back in the late nineties under the capable and still on-going leadership of Erik Berry. I have not worked on it since then and am not capable of answering questions with regards to this project.


Site Revamp

Monday, 26 May 2008 at 20:00 EST, by Gerald Nunn

While after many years of not working on this site I have decided to bring it back from the dead. The driving force was that I needed to migrate my blog, but I also wanted to have a place to put some smaller projects and code samples I've been building. Hopefully folks will like the revamp, feel free to drop me an e-mail with any questions or suggestions.

Note the search box may deliver results to older pages until Google re-indexes this new site.

Dev2Dev Blog Migrated Here

Monday, 26 May 2008 at 20:00 EST, by Gerald Nunn

I needed to find a new home for my dev2dev blog since dev2dev is being merged with the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) given the recent acquisition of BEA by Oracle. While moving the blog to OTN was an option, I had already been contemplating moving my blog to my personal site. While both dev2dev and OTN are excellent sites, they do have restrictions on what subject matter you can cover in a blog. I have a number of hobbies such as home theater that I have been wanting to blog about in addition to my usual stuff about development and BEA products. Thus moving things here makes sense in terms of providing a central area for me to post my thoughts.