I started my carreer in IT in 1992 as a developer. After being involved in several development environments, using different technologies (mainly Java based) in different business entities, I switched to training and coaching in 2011, initially focusing on modeling and design, later on agile.
I was full time agile trainer and coach for about 6 years, when I decided I wanted to be more involved with technical stuff again. So in 2018 I started focusing on processes in a DevOps context: just technically enough to understand what's going on, without the need to actually do it hands-on.
But once agile coach, always agile coach? So in that same year I started developing my first serious game, together with a former colleague (the Scrumban simulation). At the end of 2019 I started my secondary occupation under the name SimuLearn, to offer products and services using simulations and serious games.
To date I created several serious games and simulations, focusing on learnings in an agile and DevOps context. At this moment I am still working on more agile related games, some of which in co-creation with other people.