I studied computer science at the University of Leuven and obtained my Master’s degree in 2015. During my studies I spend my summers tackling 3D-printing related problems at Materialise. After graduating, I worked as contractor for Amadeus on a large C++ code base for processing financial data in real time.

Pursuing my interests in compilers, I joined GuardSquare in the beginning of 2016 as the first member on a brand new team. Here I had the opportunity to develop a new product from scratch while working on LLVM as part of my day job. Before the end of the year we released the first version of our iOS obfuscator iXGuard.

I joined Apple in the summer of 2017 to work full time on developer tools with a focus on debugging. This ranges from generating debug info in the compiler, linking it with dsymutil to consuming it in lldb. I spent the first year working remotely from London before relocating to the Bay Area in the fall of 2018. Since September 2020 I manage the Debugger Core (aka LLDB) team.

When not behind a computer I enjoy hiking, cycling and rowing.

I’m also a member of the DWARF Standards Committee and a reviewer for ACM Computing Reviews.

Don’t hesitate to get in touch with me at [email protected].