I am a software engineer interested in making software that is highly-configurable, reusable, robust, and easy to maintain.

During my MSc and PhD (2012-2017), I have developed research and tools to find bugs and to improve debugging and maintainability of highly-configurable software systems (aka, software product lines). Specifically, in my PhD at the IT University of Copenhagen, I set off to understand the impact of software variability through different perspectives using empirical studies to then propose two techniques to successfully detect bugs in configurable software and to help developers safely reason about features and their code dependencies. (For more information: see my PhD Thesis)

At present, I work for Dixa (Copenhagen, Denmark), where I work on a Customer Friendship Platform that unifies customer engagement across email, chat, messaging and phone in one platform for a better customer and agent experience.