Jonathan Simon is a developer and interaction designer that loves to make great apps for people to use, and he loves to help other people make them too. He’s worked on a dizzying array of platforms and customers from trading systems built in Java/Swing for JPMorganChase and Merrill Lynch, to collaborative websites built in Ruby on Rails, and now mobile. Jonathan is a longtime veteran of the mobile space, developing J2ME mobile apps all the way back when the Motorola RAZR was the phone everyone had to have. Since then, he’s developed mobile apps for Android (from the original pre-G1 betas), iPhone, BlackBerry (from the Storm to waaaay back when they still had the click-wheels). Jonathan is currently a lead mobile client engineer at Qualcomm for their Mobile Banking and Swagg mobile offerings. Jonathan is also an active percussionist and composer able to lay down some massive drum set funk, or thrill audiences with Klezmer and ragtime xylophone. If he’s not coding, or playing music, he likely riding or building a bike, or perfecting the perfect espresso extraction. And of course, nothing would be possible without his amazing peleo-molecular-bio-inorganic-geo-chemical-oceanographer wife Felisa or their two dogs Billie and Ella.
Table of authorities; Preface; 1. An overview of international human rights and humanitarian law development and their protection mechanisms; 2. Formal sources and principles of international human rights and humanitarian law; 3. Incorporation of international human rights and humanitarian law in U.S. law; 4. International human rights tribunal procedure and remedies; 5. Substantive international human rights and humanitarian law protections; 6. Theory and critique; Index.