About me


I'm a software engineer and researcher interested in software deployment, configuration management, software architectures, and free and open source software. Currently, I am employed by Conference Compass, a Delft-based startup company specialized in improving the experience of conference attendees by providing mobile apps.

Previously, I was a PhD student at the Software Engineering Research Group, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands. My research was part of the Pull Deployment of Services (PDS) project and addresses software deployment issues in healthcare environments. The project was supervised by Eelco Visser and promoted by Arie van Deursen.

During my research, I have also been visiting Philips Healthcare, Best, The Netherlands, where I investigated the application of software deployment techniques in healthcare environments.

Except for my work and passion for technology, I also have other interests. One of my hobbies is a playing various types of percussion instruments such as drums, xylophone, vibraphone and kettledrums at a musical association in the town where I live.



To contact me by email use svanderburg at gmail. Please be aware that I typically receive quite a lot of email and I may not always be able to answer all of them.

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