Recently received my U.S. Permanent Visa.
Looking for an amazing company in NYC or Silicon Valley to join this summer!
I'm a web-developer with a love for UX-design, born in '92 and raised in a small city called Hoorn just outside of
Amsterdam Appsterdam. I recently got a diversity immigrant visa and will be moving the states this summer.
I have been in love with computers and other electronics ever since I can remember. Even as a little boy I often frustrated my parents because I used to screw open all the electronics at home to see how things worked on the inside (and back then I usually had no idea how to put everything back and close it again). I am extremely passionate about anything related to startups or technology, especially when combined and would love to work on things that change the lives of millions or even billions.
January 2014 - present
International Business & Languages
2013 - 2014 (Dropped out)
Media Technology / Development
2009 - 2013
Software Engineer (Intern)
October 2012 - February 2013
App Developer (Intern)
February 2012 - July 2012
Vice-Secretary Student Council
February 2011 - December 2012
January 2011 - May 2012
VMBO Theoretisch Leerweg
2004 - 2009
October 2005 - June 2010
My 2nd internship was at Spil Games in Hilversum, the Netherlands. With over 200 million monthly active users, Spil Games by far is the biggest provider of casual games. I ended up working in the Software Engineering team which mission it is to develop tools used by colleagues to do their work better and with less effort. During this internship I started working with Python and the Django framework for the first time, after which I fell in love with it. My final project at Spil Games was creating a world map visualizing gameplays on all of its websites, which ran on a screen behind the reception.
During my sophomore year a group of about 10 students were selected from different classes, some were designers and some developers. This group would work on a social/collaboration platform for European media students. I was one of the people and in the following months worked on both the front and backend, travelled to Norway and Slovakia for research and supported Norwegian and Slovakian collegueas when they in return visited Amsterdam. The platform never really took off, but it was still an incredible experience and I'm still friends with some of the people I've worked with in both countries.