Samuel Debruyn

Hi there, you can call me Sam. On this page you can find out everything about me.

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TL;DR: I really love software development and at the moment I'm studying Applied Informatics in Brussels, Belgium.

Don't hesitate to contact me for general questions, internships, (summer) job offers, project offers...

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Computer programming is an art,
because it applies accumulated knowledge to the world,
because it requires skill and ingenuity,
and especially because it produces objects of beauty.
A programmer who subconsciously views himself as an artist
will enjoy what he does and will do it better.

Donald Knuth in Computer Programming as an Art (1974)


Bachelor of Applied Informatics

Odisee UC (HUB-EHSAL), Brussels, Belgium


student representative for Applied Informatics in 2014-2015

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (not completed)

University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium


Secondary education: Latin-Mathematics

Regina Caelilyceum, Dilbeek, Belgium


member of the S.O.S. committee (supporting charity)

Secondary education: Latin-Mathematics

Sint-Jan Berchmanscollege, Brussels, Belgium




  • Februari 2015
  • July 2014
  • April 2014

C# .NET Developer, Windows Store app

The Mobile Revolution

May 2011 - January 2012

Contributing editor

Colruyt NV

  • August 2011
  • August 2010
  • August 2009
  • July 2007 - August 2007

stock control & order picker


I am currently working on completing SAS SCYP.


I love building RESTful APIs and applications, class libraries and SDKs consuming RESTful APIs.

Software development

  • C#, XAML, WinForms, Windows Store/Windows Phone/Windows Universal apps, Asp.NET
  • Java, Spring, Hibernate
  • RESTful APIs & RESTful clients (e.g. class libraries/SDKs), MVC, MVVM

Information management & database development

  • Oracle SQL, T-SQL, MySQL, SQLite, Base SAS
  • Datawarehousing, data visualisation, business analytics & business intelligence


Microsoft Developer Camps

  • The Ins and Outs of Windows Phone apps (C#, 2013)
  • Create your Windows Store app (HTML 5, 2013)


  • Realdolmen Microsoft Community Christmas Hackathon 2013
  • Microsoft Windows 8 Super Hackathon 2013