Xander Uiterlinden

Xander Uiterlinden

Xander Uiterlinden

Software engineer at Luminis Technologies

Xander is a software developer at Luminis technologies. He has a broad experience in architecture, design and engineering of modular applications. He is a committer at the Apache Felix project contributing to the Apache Felix Dependency manager component and is also involved in several other smaller open source projects.

In this free time he likes to ride his mountainbike on the trails around Deventer.

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SoundByte 271: Thunder Child

“oh well, the truth?! I’m deciding on the truth” a censor says in the song “cancel” to Anton Tsjechov in the (Dutch) musical named after the writer. A few news headlines this week made this song pop-up in my mind multiple times. Starting with the news on the impact of fake news items on Facebook. […]

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SoundByte 241: When the going gets tough

It’s Sunday morning, and I’ve returned from my bike ride way earlier than usual, mainly due to the winterish weather outside. There’s this weather saying “April doet wat hij wil” which fully applies to the current weather. I’ve seen everything this morning, from rain to snow to hailstones and even sunshine. Digging a bit into […]

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Soundbyte 224: Merry Christmas, Baby

It’s just a few days to go until christmas and my christmas holiday actually already started. Last Friday we’ve had our Technologies christmas celebration. Since we’re a bunch of geeks we decided it should not be just dinner, but we should do something techie as well. I think Robin was quite right in his Soundbyte […]

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Soundbyte 195: It’s a beautiful day

After a few busy weeks with preparing our new house and actually moving there, this weekend we finally had the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful weather. So I started the Sunday with a nice ride on the mountainbike. I’m quite lucky in Deventer we have some nice trails. Finally I could ride my 29” carbon […]

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Soundbyte 175: Simplicity

While relaxing on the couch and half watching the speed skating on television I momentarily feel like Youp van het Hek (a dutch comedian and columnist) who feels the deadline for his column getting closer. My thoughts immediately go out to the horrible events in France where cartoonists of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo had […]

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