Preparing and selling IKEA FOOD products.
Working on the software to drive a hologram printer.
Engineering and developing custom software that met client demands.
Working on Laravel packages that communicated with FileMaker through MySQL and the FileMaker API. I also worked with FileMaker to get to now the product we were working with in the backend.
Repairing computers by replacing hardware, removing malware or (re)installing software and assembling new computers.
Rebuilt the agency's website.
In my first year at this school I made a script that parsed the HTML contents a chosen schedule (hosted on xedule, the scheduling software used by the Summa College) and exports it in the ICAL format so it could be imported in scheduling software.
For creating this script and a accompanying website I was chosen as "Topper" of our department.
Near the end of my first year I decided to stop my IT Management course and go to a school that offered a Software Development course since this has always been my main area of interest.
The subject I chose for my graduation was cooking, I figured I could use this later on when moving out of my parents house.
At the start of my last year we had to do an internship, I was lucky to be chosen by the two teachers that organized this internship to join the trip to Malawi where we helped around a local school in a small village named Sitima.