Smartphones only become smart with smart applications. I develop those.
I build websites which are useable on any device. Easy and multi platform. Useful for those who don't need the complexity of an app to stand out.
I also build, repair and sell (refurbished) hardware. You might be interested as well.
Founder and CEO
I love my girlfriend Tessa, watching movies, eating sushi and other delicious food and discovering new beers with my friends.
Coding, designing, reviewing on Tweakers.net and technology - like the Pebble 2 - gives me energy.
Ever since our first computer with MS-DOS at home, I've been interested in technology.
Recovering or reinstalling Windows 95 and 98 each time I encountered the well known Blue Screen of Death, my uncle Rudy and I tried to fix it. Actually he did. I watched and learned. This increased my interest in hardware and software.
Since the moment I've got a notebook for my own I've always been optimizing, upgrading and tweaking all the hardware around me. "Making life easier" with well working Wi-Fi, wireless printing or automated scheduled back-ups is what's most important to me.
With only my interest and little self-sustained experience, I started working in the weekends at Final Soft- and Hardware: a computer shop where I advice our customers the newest technology, repair their computers and solve their problems. I do this both at the shop and at home with the customer.
After a few college flaws and not knowing what I really wanted, I decided to make up my mind and started working full-time at Final Soft- en Hardware. I also went to night school twice a week.
A year was enough to decide I want to do more with IT in general. That's why I signed up to Electronics-ICT at AP College in Antwerp.
Here I started with the basics of software developing and I've learned how our hardware works, how it's built and how to program those tiny chips.
For a long time I've wanted to develop and release my own app. I've always been interested in starting my own company and now was the perfect time to combine these two ideas.
On April 1st 2017, Overnight Projects was born.