In 2007 I got my bachelor degree in applied informatics in Belgium. Immediately after, I started working at the company where I did my internship, AIM Productions. I liked the work and colleagues at the company too much to give up entirely for further studies, so I decided to combine the two. In 2009 I started studying for my master in Game and Media Technology at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands and I graduated in 2012. Currently I'm a PhD student at the IT University of Copenhagen. As a member of the Pervasive Interaction Technology Lab (pIT Lab), I'm working on Next Generation Technologies for Global Software Development (NeXGSD) where I apply Activity-Based Computing (ABC) principles throughout the lifecycle of software development to improve tool integration and improve knowledge transfer between coworkers.

I mainly develop in C#, but occasionally do C++, PHP, Flash/actionscript 3 and Java projects. I care a lot about proper code design, and some people tend to say I overdo it.

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comment Neurobiology Rivalries, part V, A Newer Hope?
Seemingly over time we are more erring towards not accepting all neuroscience questions de facto, and hence specific guidelines like this are a great way forward to discriminate between closure or not less ambiguously. I suggest expanding on this post, and discussing it in comments until we reach some form of consensus.
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comment Neurobiology Rivalries, part V, A Newer Hope?
In case of a "philosophy question", wouldn't it make more sense to close as "unclear what you are asking" or "too broad", rather than "off topic"?
Mar
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comment Is being less emotional a bad thing for motivation?
Welcome to CogSci! This is more a comment than an answer (as are other of your posts which I've since converted to comments). The OP specifically asked for more detailed studies. Once you have 50 reputation you can comment on other people's posts. You can get 50 reputation by getting 5 up votes on an answer (look for other up voted answers to see what is expected, and be sure to read the help section), or 10 up votes on questions.
Mar
21
awarded Nice Answer
Mar
20
revised Dissociative Identity Disorder - Is Stalking Common with this Issue?
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Mar
20
comment Is there a reason songs don't get stuck in my head?
As @AliceD points out, this question should be formulated in a more scientific/generalizable way. Removing personal references is a good first and easy step.
Mar
20
awarded Curious
Mar
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comment WPF Sentinel objects and how to check for an internal type
I still encounter similar problems in .NET 4.5 while binding DataContext to an inner element of the DataContext (view model composition). The workaround was to simply prevent from doing this and rather updating all binding paths to InnerElement.[whathever].
Mar
18
comment How to use Double.TryParse Method (String, NumberStyles, IFormatProvider, Double)
Probably answers the question, but would be interesting to see why the posted example fails.
Mar
18
revised How to use Double.TryParse Method (String, NumberStyles, IFormatProvider, Double)
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Mar
18
revised How to access subObject properties values in c#
Improved tags.
Mar
18
comment How to access subObject properties values in c#
@RealGigex Just like you output the value of the string by calling parameter.GetValue(initParameters), so should you get the actual value of the property, rather than its PropertyInfo by calling parameter.GetValue(initParameters). That call means, "for this type of property, get the value for the specified instance that contains that property". In other words, subParameter.GetValue(parameter.GetValue(initParameters)), not just subParameter.GetValue(initParameters). Just trying to make you understand what is going on. ;p P.s. you could probably use recursion to implement this.
Mar
18
answered How to access subObject properties values in c#
Mar
18
comment How to access subObject properties values in c#
What is the output/exception, what did you expect to happen? (you can update your question)
Mar
18
comment Clipping occurs when MinWidth is set
That's a straw man argument. What makes you think I stopped looking for a solution when posting this question? Plenty of times I have answered my own questions on SO, and that is even encouraged.
Mar
18
comment WPF Sentinel objects and how to check for an internal type
DataContextChanged is no longer raised in in .NET 4.5. when {DisconnectedObject} would be passed..
Mar
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comment WPF Sentinel objects and how to check for an internal type
@PeterLillevold This code in particular, so finding the source would be rather trivial. (Although it would be best to add a null check to verify whether the disconnectedItem is found, throwing an exception if it isn't.)
Mar
18
comment Clipping occurs when MinWidth is set
... and as a sidenote, when 'creating a minimal, complete, and verifiable example' would involve just as much effort as solving the problem in the first place (since you are effectively creating the minimal code which causes the problem, thus you know when it does, or doens't occur), ... perhaps this guideline stops making sense? As I said before "Was hoping somebody could simply recognize the observed behavior and thus give some insight into the underlying problem.".
Mar
18
comment Clipping occurs when MinWidth is set
That's what I tried to do, but unfortunately WPF is not the friendliest framework to do so, especially if you do not know where the behavior comes from (as in e.g. thrown exception). When I have a smallest full working sample I'll be sure to update this question and probably post it on Microsoft Connect as well, as this feels like a bug to me.
Mar
17
revised Clipping occurs when MinWidth is set
Specified MinWidth on wrong element, should have been on button.
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