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I'm a software engineer with a keen interest in using state of the art technologies to deliver high quality & user friendly mobile and web applications.

I obtained a master’s degree in applied computer science from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, where my main focus lay in web & information systems engineering, and where I did research for the WISE laboratory for my master thesis on Indoor Positioning Systems on the Android platform.

As a consultant at Capgemini, I worked on multiple projects at major international companies in the banking and utilities sectors. As a Java developer I worked on enterprise applications for their B2B or B2C clients.

In a world where ideas and technologies are changing at lightning speed, I have become an avid supporter of methods to improve the development process and deliver high quality products faster.

Most of my free time I spend climbing in the mountains and being involved in the Brussels boardgaming scene.

Brussels, Belgium


Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Master of Science (M.Sc.), Bedrijfskunde (Management), Cum Laude
Master of Science (M.Sc.), Applied Computer Science, Cum Laude
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), Computer Science



2016- present: Node.js developer
MEDIALAAN is a Belgian media company that is home to influential Flemish commercial radio and televesion brands. I am currently working on their backend Node.js micro-services, which are responsible for such things as streaming media.


2013- 2015: Consultant
Capgemini is a French multinational management consulting corporation that provides IT services. I worked at clients in the banking and energy sectors as a Java developer on B2C and B2B enterprise applications. I also focused on improved the quality of their applications by doing (automated) testing.



This website was made as an experiment to design a simple responsive wbesite from scratch. Many thanks to the following projects: http://getbootstrap.com/ for making it easy to create responsive websites, Font Awesome for the lovely icons and Raleway for the font. The color scheme is based on a palette featured in this article. This page is also hosted via Github pages, so the source code can be found here: https://github.com/wvrossem/wvrossem.github.io.