I have been present on the internet since 1996 and almost immediately started building websites by dissecting existing sites' source code. Something almost impossible nowadays because of JavaScript bundlers, which is a shame.

Some years later I also started using the web as a distribution platform for my freeware Formula 1 related Windows software, Formula One Xplorer. APIs weren't a common thing back then, so I made sure small update files were available for download after each Grand Prix weekend.

In 2004 I founded my company double-R webdevelopment (now rowdy.codes) for building custom websites, webshops, web applications and apps for small and mid-level clients.

When I'm not behind my laptop, I like to attend conferences (either as an attendee or speaker) or relax on the couch watching Formula One races and Super Hero movies.