Hi, I'm a Software Engineer studying for my masters degree while having a blast working with and on software of all kinds.
I have been coding since I was 12, originally because of my passion for game development, but I have been around many software topics. Some of my favourite topics that I have worked on are:
My name is Sebastian Hyberts. I have always had a passion for game development and software development.
In 2016 I graduated GameIT College, a school with focus on game development. Most development at the school was done with Unity3D and C#.
During and after high-school I developed an internal-use app for Merrisun as the sole developer. This was done using C# and Xamarin with a PHP backend, which I knew from previous projects.
I have worked for Kiloo as an Associate Software Engineer in 2015-2016 and Game Tester in 2016-2017. At Kiloo the work was also done with C# in Unity.
I worked on a student project for Varmekontrol creating a system for both internal and external use with Java and Spring.
Currently, I am working as an assistant for the Distributed, Embedded and Intelligent Systems research unit of the Institute of Computer Science at Aalborg University.
I received my bachelor's degree in 2020 and have continued my studies towards a master's degree in Software Engineering, also from Aalborg University.
I am a volunteer at ABK-Net maintaining the kollegiums internet infrastructure and setting up declarative infrastructure via NixOS and a self-developed tool that shares some similarities with Ansible.
I also volunteer at Dotsrc, Denmarks largest mirror of free open-source software, where I've helped set up new servers for storage.
I have been making games for as long as I have been coding. Originally I started in GameMaker back in 2009, but have spent most of my time in Unity3D and Godot, together with various small experiments with web-engines. Some of the bigger projects I've worked on are:
I love photography and other visual media like game and web-development, calligraphy and painting. These are some of my favourite photographs I've taken, but more can be found here.