Marijn Suijten selected as a Hero Open Source Developer
We are happy to announce our latest Hero Open Source Developer, Marijn Suijten. He has earned this award for his work on the fingerprint sensor.
The Hero Open Source Developer program was started in 2015 and works towards recognizing developers that have made significant contributions based on Sony’s AOSP for Xperia projects. Once every three months we select a new winner.
Marijn Suijten is a 23 years old developer living in The Hague, the Netherlands. He started with web development at the age of 12 and later moved on to application development and high performance, low level computing. Today he studies Game and Media Technology, a computer science track, at the Utrecht University.
Marijn has contributed to Sony’s Open Devices program with research and an open source HAL implementation for fingerprint sensor, enabling the Nile series of devices to use fingerprint authentication. He has done a great job and we want to acknowledge him by awarding him as a Hero Open Source Developer, congratulations!
If you want to become our next Hero Open Source Developer, see the links below to learn how.
- Learn more about Open Devices
- Learn how to become a Hero Open Source Developer
- Learn how to build and flash a Linux kernel on Xperia devices
- Visit our projects on SonyXperiaDev GitHub