The leading mobile operating system of our time is one of my key expertises. In more than 4 years of working experience, I've seen many nooks and crannies of this amazing OS. The quality of the code I produce is of exemplary standard.
For more than 4 years I've been working as a Scrum Development Team member. I've worked with Scrum in small - 1 team - projects, but also in SAFe environments up to 17 team on one project. I've worked as Scrum Master and Product Owner, I am a proud owner of the PSPO I certificate. Also I've been involved in transforming organisation to the agile way of working, with success.
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Mockito vs JMockit, battle of the mocking frameworks
Big Android BBQ - August 15, 2016
How to convince your colleagues to switch to Kotlin
Dutch Android User Group Meetup - April 25, 2016
Introduction into the math behind Augmented Reality
Droidcon NL - November 23, 2011
I'm from the south of the Netherlands, where I live with my wife. I enjoy playing volleyball and developing in my spare time.
At Avans University of Applied Sciences I studied Electrical Engineering. I was particularly interested in the field of Technical Computer Sciences.
My studies were successfully completed early in 2011. I did my Masters at Eindhoven University of Technology, in the field of Embedded Systems, and took additional courses in Image Processing and Cryptographic Systems. During my Master Theses I researched the field of Augmented Reality on mobile devices.
Right from the start I knew that I wanted to go into consultancy. Alten PTS gave me the opportunity to develop my skill set, both in-house and at customers.
Short Android project, creating a prototype for a fleet management app. The UI needed to be fully customizable, without recompiling the app.
Bedside infotainment system for hospitalized patients, giving patients access to TV, telephony and internet. With a small team we created both the front end and the backend. In the process our team won Microsoft's Windows Embedded Excellence Award EMEA.
NavKit is TomTom's navigation engine that is used in the latest TomTom Go products and licensed to automotive customers. Our team created tutorials, reference code and fast prototypes on Android. Customers receive our library that show how use the NavKit APIs in a scalable and modular way.
Recreating success of the Android SDK in C++. By popular demand the Android library that show how use the NavKit APIs, had to be ported to C++, so that both iOS and automotive customers can directly incorporate the reference code into their projects.
After 4 years it was time for the next step in consultancy. High Tech ICT offers highly skilled software engineers that are experts in their field, which is a perfect fit with my expertises.
At Philips Innovation Services we help Philips departments with specific knowledge. I am part of the Mobile group, where we create various apps, either for production, or Philips Research. We also create shared code libraries, so that other teams can focus on UX, and our libraries do the heavy lifting.
I found a new consultancy challenge near my home town. Codecentric is fully focused on Agile, and using this focus to create complex systems in Java context. Combined with my UX and mobile experience this is a great match to work on in-house projects.