A simple webapplication that allows users to view and edit protocols for hospital operations. The client wanted a way to view protocol on-the-go. Before the project, users could only access protocols when connected to the Apmhia intranet. I designed and developed the enitre webapplication. I spent most of my time writing a php library that allows you to loosely convert word docx files to html. This way a use can upload a word document (since that's usually how their protocols are delivered to them) without having to rewrite it all.
Ever since I can remember I’ve had a passion for figuring out how things work. This led me to creating websites when I was 11 years old. Which in turn lead me to programming. As with many projects I thought I’d move on from it eventually, but I never did and till this day I’m still programming with the same passion as the little 11 year old me. From 2014 to 2018 I studied at the Fontys University of Applied Sciences for software engineering and game design. During this time I worked on various projects ranging from websites for an art center to a game that helps children with cerebral palsy recover after a surgery.