Dyolzas is an alias that I use to sign-off all my projects.
My real name is Wouter Duyols.
I already knew I would become a software engineer since I was a kid.
I was always building stuff with whatever I could find.
It started with Lego and Playmobil and a few years later I was already trying to create something with nails, screws and wood.
When I became older I realised that if you really want to create something useful that you need the tools for it.
I thought programming would be the easiest to realize as I only needed a computer.
I was 12 years old when I wrote my first website.
At that moment I would not know that building that website would determine the path that I now travel.
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MEDIAGENIX - Software Engineer
Soccer, Fitness, cycling, ...
KU Leuven - Master of Electronics and ICT Engineering Technology
21 years - monitor for 3 years
I am developing in Smalltalk at my current job. That's also the reason why I've put it on top of my list. Smalltalk is a not so known programming language, but I'm glad that I learned it. The syntax of Smalltalk is different than other languages and it forces you to program in a more abstract way. When I program now in other programming languages, I try to use the same structures and patterns as in Smalltalk.
Java and C were programming languages that I used a lot for school courses. My knowledge about these programming languages is good but no so good as Smalltalk or PHP that I still use daily.
Other languages that I have used for school are: .NET, C#, VHDL, Android, Latex, Visual Basic, Prolog, Haskell, C++. I did not put them in the list because my knowledge about them is really basic
During COVID-19 we created our own gins. It started as a hobby but it expanded really quick to something bigger.
The Altcoin Tool is a project where I'm working on in my free time. It's currently a portfolio where you can keep track of your crypto currencies. This project has been rewritten recently in symfony.
This tool was build to create ical events of our football games and to import them into our personal agenda.