I'm a software developer at Roxar. Before that I was a consultant at Bouvet, and before that a systems developer at UMS.

I love coding in all kinds of languages. My fascination with Scheme resulted in being acknowledged in the R7RS specification. I found some simple errors in it while writing my own interpreter.

Back in the day I wrote a quirky program called jp2a. It's still quite popular. What amuses me is that it's my most widely distributed piece of code: It's available to literally hundreds of millions of people as an easter egg!

Another thing that I find interesting is personal genomics. When 23andMe were forced to take down their health reports, I reimplemented most of them from scratch in Python and C++.

Whenever I have the energy and time, I like holding local talks.