Roy’s digital playground is a blog that is pretty much what it sounds like: a blog about ‘tech adventures’ I run into. In this blog I’ll post about these in the form of small tutorials, tips, cautionary tales detailing my screw-ups and other stuff I run into.
I run into ‘tech adventures’ all the time: stuff that should work but doesn’t, stuff that shouldn’t work but does, weird pc problems of friends and relatives, badly documented software and incidents that manage to blur the boundary between tech and ‘dark vodoo magic’. Whatever I run into is posted here.

Now you know what the blog is about, but I still haven’t told about myself. Don’t worry, I’ll keep it brief. I am Roy van Hees, born on the first of February in the year 1990. I study Biomedical Engineering at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) as a Master’s student at the Biomedical NMR department. I also live in Eindhoven in student housing. As a hobby I run my own Debian server and I like to tinker with technology in general.

A picture of me on a ferry in 2014