Updating the website

It has been over a year since I’ve written anything and a lot has changed in the meantime. First of all, as those of you who follow me on Twitter might have noticed, I am no longer studying Computing Science, but have switched to International Relations and International Organization. I am now almost finished with my first year.

I am now active in an entirely different field and after I decided not to run for a second term during the recent elections for the Ubuntu Nederland Community Council, the only ICT related thing left in my life is my front-end developer job at Vevida Hosting. This will have consequences for my website. I am currently in the proces of updating my online process to better reflect the changes in my life. I will begin by a redesign of my website. Probably no reader is left—I’m wondering who I’m writing this for ;-)—but I will try to find a role for my blog.

Currently I am in the process of setting up a proper testing environment, using Git to manage my WordPress installation. I found a nice guide by one David Winter to help me. But more on the details later!

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Sense Hofstede

Hello and welcome to my site. I am Sense Egbert Hofstede—pronounced [ˈsɛn.sə ˈɛɣ.bərt ˈɦɔf.steː.də]. Grew up in the Dutch province of Friesland, studying International Relations in Groningen. Currently on exchange in Seoul.I enjoy reading books, drinking tea and take a particular interest in East Asia, especially the Korean Peninsula.In the past I've spend a lot of time volunteering for the Ubuntu project, triaging bugs, writing code and organising. Nowadays I've moved away from the computer obsession which dominated my youth, to focus on history and international politics.For an overview of my experience, please look at my LinkedIn profile.

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