Started with PHP early on, followed by C#. The last ten years I've been working on Android, started with Java, and the last four years with Kotlin.
Since 2016 I've had the pleasure to work at Bloomlife, where we've created an advanced pregnancy tracker. First in a consumer product, and the last year working towards FDA approval.
Before that, I've worked on a Deep Brain Stimulation product, helping people with Parkinson's disease. DBS uses a small, pacemaker-like device, placed under the skin of the chest, to send electronic signals to an area in the brain that controls movement. To give you relief, these signals block some of the brain messages that cause the movement symptoms of Parkinson’s.
Our team worked on creating an Android tablet app where a doctor could finetune the electronic signals for the patient.
Niels van Hove
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