Let me introduce myself and Tom Vandevenne in a few sentences. It always nice to know who is behind the scene.

I’m Jonathan Wuurman, a half Dutch and Belgian boy born in the early 80s. I had my first computer at the age of 12 and my first internet connection at 15. At that time I wasn’t interested in coding or building something with a computer but rather playing games Doom, Rollercoaster Tycoon, Counter Strike, … where at that time the only thing I was interested in. Although I wasn’t very good at gaming my little brother was a PGM (pro gamer) so I spend numerous time looking at him playing but also coding a website with Dreamweaver, producing video from us playing counterstrike in Lan parties.

At that time I wasn’t interested in coding or building something with a computer but rather playing games Doom, Rollercoaster Tycoon, Counter Strike, … where at that time the thing .and you could already feel the amazing community behind those games, you know that E-gaming is one of the biggest trends in the actual digital landscape? Although I wasn’t very good at gaming my little brother was a PGM (pro gamer), I spend numerous time looking at him playing but also coding a website with Dreamweaver, producing video from us playing counterstrike in LAN parties (gathering of hundreds of players mostly online but also in the real world).

Although I wasn’t very good at gaming my little brother was a PGM (pro gamer), I spend numerous time looking at him playing but also coding a website with Dreamweaver, producing video from us playing Counterstrike in LAN parties (gathering of hundreds of players mostly online but also in the real world).

I was fascinated by what he was able to do but didn’t dare to give it a shot at my side. So you probably wondering why I explain this for the simple reason it took me an extra 10 year to do the jump in what technology could bring to me, my team and my clients.