The snowsports application is a website I wrote for a skiclub. It's made so that monitors and members can easily connect. Monitors can easily add lessons. The members can indicate whether they will be present. Everyone has a profile where they can add familiy members who are too young to create an account themselves. The website is written on top of the Laravel framework and is completely mobile friendly.
A web application I wrote for a teambuilding event in Antwerp. It is the interface for a real-life interactive group game. Citypolis description: Citypolis takes place in a 300m² space which is arranged into a large imaginary city and which is filled with interactive tasks. The participants will be divided into sub-teams which shall compete with each other in “the city”. This is a unique indoor team game filled with action and strategy, innovation and technology.
This is a POC to reach out to contestants of the Frag-o-Matic event via Facebook. This bot is linked to a Facebook page, so contestants could receive information about the ongoing tournaments in messenger. After linking your Frag-o-Matic profile to your Facebook profile, the bot would pull data from the Frag-o-Matic API and send it to the user.
This project is the final work I had to do before graduating college. I did my internship at Uni-t which is part of the Gemaco group. Because of the fast growing staff number Uni-t decided a 'who is who application' would be a great idea to reconnect the people at Gemaco. This application would make it easier to find out personal and useful information about the company and the staff. This would make it easier for existing and new staff members to fit in. This is how Gemaco Connect was born: an online Laravel application with an API behind it. The API, which is also a Laravel application and uses the passport package for authentication, is used to store all data as a single sign-on provider. This way the API can be easily integrated in other (existing) applications.
This is the solution I came up with for the Codingame hackaton: The Accountant. Codingame is a creat way to combine programming and gaming. I ended 5th of the 73 belgian people. Hackaton description: For this mission, you take the role of Christian Wolff, an unconventional accountant who has lived as a double agent for years. He has gathered highly sensitive data while working for the most dangerous criminal organizations of the world. As things are starting to unravel, it is expected that Wolff’s enemies will attempt to get their hands on these files. As Wolff cannot risk to blow his cover up, we need you to make sure the data is secure.
My name is Rob. I'm a 26 year old developer graduated in June 2017 with a bachelor's degree in Networks, Systems and Security. I currently work as a Progress developer at Organi (Wilrijk, Belgium). In my free time I work on personal or open source projects. When I'm not programming I'm probably busy volunteering at Frag-o-Matic, playing video- and boardgames or out snowboarding.
Even though I don't have that many years of work experience it doesn't mean I've not been busy. Programming is my passion as you can see by the many projects I've worked on: lots of projects in different languages. I love experimenting which is why some projects are unfinished. As I see it, it's not about the destination but about the experience gained.