A mathematician, statistician, philomath and computer geek located at the Souther tip of Africa. He has earned both a degree in Actuarial & Financial Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Pretoria. (Tuks of Niks) Before starting at Allegiance Consulting, he and friend created SilicoWolf, working as a freelance developers. While my work focuses on development, my non-work interests range widely, everything from quantum computing to chaos theory. I could tell you about it, but THAT would NOT be a “length-limited” conversation!
- Lead - Research & Development (Artificial Intelligence & Big Data Unit)
- Lead - Developed a financial toolkit, comprising of three tools, for a leading South African insurer targeted towards their goal based investing philosophy (Kotlin, Spring Framework & Spring Boot, MSSQL, Angular)
- Lead (Team Size 4) - Performance tracking, monitoring and improvement system for a leading South African consulting company (.NET Core 3, Entity Framework Core, Azure SQL, Angular)
- Lead - Integration with Morningstar OnDemand (WCF, SOAP)
- Co-Lead - System Architect & Security Migration of infrastructure to Microsoft Azure
A typical software startup founded by two ambious universty graduates. We did work for clients of various sizes.
Worked on various projects which involved JVM based technologies incuding, Groovy, Grails, Java, Kotlin, Spring framework (incl Spring Boot and Spring Cloud) technology stacks. Gained expierence on AWS infrastructure.
Oversaw various regional and national competitions
- Responsible for all oversight regarding judgemenet and analysis of biased scoring
- Assisted in modernizing the organization by way of software development to automate score capture, analysis and biad analysis
DescriptionThe Golden Key International Honour Society is an Atlanta, Georgia-based non-profit organization founded in 1977 to recognize academic achievement among college and university students.
People in today’s world have to use technology in practically every job. For this reason, many degree programmes recommend that an introductory programming module should be part of the curriculum. This does not imply that everyone should become programmers. The idea is to educate students to have smarter relationships with technology, and computers. Authors: Andrew Broekman, Dr. Linda Marshall, Dr. Vreda Pieterse
Authors: Andrew Broekman, Dr. Vreda Pieterse
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