My name is Jelte de Jong. In 2004 I obtained my bachelor's degree mechanical engineer. After recieving my degree I went to Taizé France. There I worked in the monastery as a volunteer for 8 months. When I came back I worked for several companies in several positions. In 2009 I got hired by Strukton Rail. There I started working with Inventor.
My hobby has always been programing of all kind of stuff. In 2013 I decided that if I ever wanted to do something with that I needed to get some education as a software engineer. Therefor I went to the “Open Universiteit”. I did that next to my full-time job till 2016. That year I wanted to marry Linda. Organizing the wedding proved to be to much and I stopped my studies. Also that year I got a new job and was hired by Kelvion refrigeration. That is where I’m still working. My job is to help the engineers to create solutions as fast and efficient as possible. Therefor I’m responsible for creating and the maintaining several addin for Inventor. One of those addons is a product configurator. A great part of my time I’m busy extending that configurator. Also I spend much time on answering help requests from the engineers.
At home I also like to help people. I spend quit some time on the “Inventor Customization forum”. Also I released 3 addins in the Autodesk app store. And I started writing blog posts.
Next to that I spend my time with my son and I play handball.
If you have a question about Inventor, iLogic, addins or any thing else that involves using the Inventor API, then please ask it on the “Inventor Customization forum”. (if you add “@JeltedeJong” to you question I will get notified and I will try to help you.) You can find me on the following platforms.
If you want to contact me direct then you can use the mail adres blog.hjalte/at/gmail.com
(Because of spam i obfuscate my mail address. As human i guess you can figure out what to do ;-)
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