Aside from several human languages I also speak C, C++ and Java on both Windows and Linux. I'm also quick to learn something new, and good at understanding existing code.
I won't say I'm a diehard electrical engineer, but I know how to wire an electrical circuit and how to utilize today's mini-hardware. Think Arduino with tons of sensors and actuators, Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, and OpenWRT routers.
Nobody likes waiting months for a mock-up that doesn't really do anything, with my knowledge I can build a quick prototype to see if your idea is worth exploring.
I'm that rare kind of people person engineer, and to top it off I'm a bilingual speaker of English and Dutch, I can converse in German, and am currently learning French. Soon I hope to add Russian to this list :) .
I've taught programming to students with no prior knowledge of the subject, and English as a foreign language to intermediate learners. My students were groups as well as individuals.
Creative Technology at the University of Twente helped me expand on my interest in technology.
I spent one year as a full-time board member for our study association, S.A. Proto. I took on the role of secretary and officer educational affairs.
I spent one semester in the cold north of Sweden at the Luleå University of Technology. I took a varied selection of courses, from programming and electronics to Swedish history and team building.
After all the studying I decided to take a gap year and travel. Using only overland travel such as trains and busses, I made it through Russia and China to Vietnam. After sticking around there for a bit, I continued to Korea and Japan.