Niels Meerschaert, Magnetic’s Principle Technical Architect, has done time as a television commercial producer and editor, software developer, and aeronautical engineer. Oh, and let’s not forget he’s a seasoned motorcycle rider, often times going for 300 mile rides on weekends.
From the ripe age of 8 years old, Niels has been working on software. He credits his original Apple 2 computer that he received from his parents in 1977 for kick-starting his interest in technology and advertising. After Niels started navigating the coding waters with his Apple computer, he built his first application, which was based on the movie War Games.
For the past decade, Niels has been designing and building compelling web, mobile and desktop interfaces and applications. Among his many successes, Niels produced the content management system for Gucci and built the search engine and widget for BusinessWeek. His work for BusinessWeek even landed a feature spot on Apple’s homepage, courtesy of the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs.
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Roadster Shots – Pictures of my R1200R
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Bike Ride Through Mantauk
Here’s one of my favorites pictures from a bike ride in Montauk: