The easiest way to automate Visual Radio.
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Animalcare logging and automation system scaleable for students.
Back-end engineer @ CoronaMelder 🦠Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport (VWS)
As a Back-end engineer in the NL Covid-19 Notification App (CoronaMelder) core team I am working on the labtest validation with portal communication for the Dutch GGD (public health service).
Chief Healthy AlgorithmsDrimpy B.V. – eHealth / HIS / PHR platform
As an Lead Developer at Drimpy I’m responsible for most
of the platform’ architecture and software engineering.
Built MedMij DVP functionality, with support for all Dutch Nictiz healthcare information standards, conform the "afsprakenstelsel". Built national Medicationdata exchange on LSP with industry standard health authentication. Connected with various external systems (EHR/XIS/Apps) to improve interobality in the healthcare sector.
Technical FounderVisualRadioAssist B.V.
After many years of having own radiostations and studio’s I thought about making it easier to start with Visual Radio, for every radiostation – from small to regional audience.
Development, sales and management of a videoplayout software and cloud solution. Design and development of user friendly interfaces for both editors and technical staff endusers. Broadcast-level 24/7 availability for international clients.
Freelancer / Founderhidde.me / hidde.dev
Development and videomarketing for educational institutions up to SMEs.
Custom software / web development of various web shops, event sites, restaurant reservation systems and quotation systems.
From mid-2019 continued as agency hidde.dev with a team of permanent designers and developers.
nice to meet you.
I'm Hidde Schultze, a freelance full stack developer currently working from Zwolle 🇳🇱
As a developer I strive to create the best experience for the end-user (B2C/B2B) by connecting multidisciplinary teams with UX, UI designers and front- and back-end developers.
I love working on projects that have a real and measurable impact on the society. Especially when it could improve healthcare or change the way people interact with radio broadcasts.