My name is Mathijs Lagerberg, co-founder of Pixplicity and CrimsonBase, student at the Utrecht University and spare-time-cartoonist. On this site you can find examples of my work, and news updates about it.
Programming as a hobbyist since a very young age, I started studying computer sciences in 2003 and am currently working on getting my Masters degree. I am experienced in (and enjoy) creating Android applications, websites and desktop applications. In daily life I build Android apps at a young (and quite awesome, might I say) company Pixplicity which I co-founded. I also build QuickGene, a software package for DNA analysis and cloning, at my other company CrimsonBase.
Other things I do include design work, illustrating, photography, writing ollekebollekes and creating useless applications for fun. I founded howcoldisit.com, an ever growing and just-not-finished-enough website that tells you (in semi-foul language) what the weather is like, and created the Firefox extension TryAgain, which is now being maintained by Paul Lammertsma.
Why is there a monkey in your soup?
Only the monkey knows.