iOS developer & Designer
Motivated, young & mostly self-taught developer based in Heerhugowaard, the Netherlands.
Providing the iOS application for the upcoming service Campfire, which will let you organize spontaneous meetups all around the city of Utrecht.
Doing projects for various clients and making apps which I publish to the App Store on my own, personal account. Some of the clients I helped are: Strongher (http://www.strongher.cc), KennenOfKiezen, FlyCash (https://flycash.me), SpotFix (http://spotfix.nl)
Here, I was developing a native app for Quickwins' data visualisation system (QDash) which will cache the latest results and let them see you when there is no internet connection available.
I was lead iOS Developer in the SPAR City project we did for the Dutch division of grocery brand "SPAR".
I was lead iOS Developer in the BierButler project we did for the "Vereniging van Nederlandse Brouwerijen". This app is dedicated to finding you the best beer with your meal and was developed in honour of the "Beer week" 2018.
I was lead iOS Developer in the SPAR University - Skip The Line project we did for the Dutch division of grocery brand "SPAR". For this project we developed the "Skip The Line" functionality, which allows you to scan your groceries & pay on your mobile.
For the Scholarships of Apple's WWDC 2017, I came up with the idea to create my own programming language on the basis of Swift. By doing this, I wanted to create a way for people who are new to coding to better understand how a scripting language works. Eventually I won a scholarship and got to enjoy the WWDC in San Jose!
I made an application to let Trump say everything you want.
I am currently creating a total new redesigned application for the students of the high school I am currently taking lessons. The idea is to enhance this application with 'AI hints', which can help students study & plan tests/homework. This application is purely a School research project which is required to do in the graduation year of high school
For the Scholarships of Apple's WWDC 2016, I created an application to showcase my work & talent in one iOS Application. Although, I didn't win this time, this gave a lot more motivation for next year's WWDC, which I eventually won again.
Watch Keypad is a native watchOS 2 application for your Apple Watch to call and text everyone, with a simple keypad, directly from your wrist. Created it for fun, but turned out more people wanted it, so continued developing it, and got featured on Product Hunt.
For the Scholarships of Apple's WWDC 2015, I created an application to showcase my work & talent in one iOS Application. Eventually, I was picked as one of the 350 students who received a free ticket for the World Wide Developer Conference in San Francisco, CA.
KeyTouch is an application for the iPhone to unlock, lock and enter your password on your Mac with the Touch ID scanner in the iPhone.
For the Scholarships of Apple's WWDC 2014, which was my first time ever attending, I created an application to showcase my work & talent in one iOS Application. Eventually, I was picked as one of the 250 students who received a free ticket for the World Wide Developer Conference in San Francisco, CA.