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November 2015

Sponsoring and Talks

TNG sponsored the Lean Kanban Central Europe (LKCE) in Munich (16-17 November) and the XP Days Germany 2015 in Karlsruhe (26-28 November), where one of our employees gave a talk "JGiven: a developer-friendly BDD framework for Java".

We spoke on the themes "PHP profiling and common performance hotspots" and "BDD with Behat - an introduction" at the PHP user group in Munich. One of our employees gave a talk "JavaScript Engines under the hood" at the Nodeconf in Barcelona.

We also helped to organize a meeting at "Design Thinking Munich" and were present at several recruiting events.

November 2015

Open Source Publication

A JSON schema generator for REST interfaces, developed in co-operation with a customer using Jersey and Java 8, was published as an open source project on Github: github.com/Mercateo/rest-schemagen. The software flexibly supplies REST resources with HATEOAS support. The definitions of links and rights are configured directly in the Java code.

November 2015

Internationalization for an IoT Project

We supported an international consumer device manufacturer in the introduction of a central system for internationalization, localization and content preparation for the IoT (Internet of Things). We supported the specification as well as optimizing the backlog and the agile process. We also contributed to development, enabling the product to be rolled out for new countries in 2015.

October 2015

Sponsoring and Talks

TNG sponsored the push.conference and provided demonstrations of gesture control for quadrocopters.

One of our employees hosted a session on the topic "Outside-In TDD with the Bank Kata" at a Munich Softwerkskammer event. Two of our employees gave a talk "See the world like a Terminator - Augmented Reality with Oculus Rift" at the Oracle JavaOne & OpenWorld in San Francisco, USA.

September 2015

Sponsoring and Talks

TNG sponsored the SoCraTes in Soltau and was represented by a group of participants.

One of our consultants held the talk "A trip to the Zoo" on JavaScript engines at the Nordic.js in Stockholm and the JSConf EU in Berlin. We presented a conference report on the AtlasCamp 2015 at the Munich Atlassian User Group.

July 2015

Java Forum Stuttgart and Talks

TNG sponsored the Java Forum Stuttgart again this year and was represented by a large group of participants. One of our employees gave a talk "JGiven: a developer-friendly BDD-framework for Java".

We also held a workshop "Node.js for Designers" at the WebVisions in Barcelona and a talk "Feedback loops in practice: speed is key" at the TU Munich in Garching. We also organized the PHP Usergroup in Munich.

July 2015

Bavaria's Best 50

In 2015 TNG was amongst the awardees of "Bavaria's Best 50" for the third time. 

June 2015

Big Techday, DWX and IKOM

This year's TNG Big Techday took place on June 12 in the HVB Forum Munich with 34 exciting talks and 500 attendees. We also gave a talk "Fiction or Reality? Gesture control and the next wave of 3D Cameras" at the DWX Developer Week 2015, as well as a demo session at the associated Community Night. As part of the attached press workshop, an interview with TNG employees about current developments in 3D camera technology was shown on Bavarian television's flagship news programme.

We were also present at the IKOM at the TU Munich.

June 2015

Burda Hackday "Future of Finance"

A team of TNG consultants took part in the Burda Hackday. They were awarded the "special prize for the highest economic impact" by the Bavarian Minister for Economic Affairs and Media, Energy and Technology for their app "BlitzPay". The app used the technologies React, Flux, Node.js, Material-UI, and ripple-lib.

June 2015

Augmented World Expo 2015

TNG was invited by Intel to present the prototype of an "Augmented Rift" at the Augmented World Expo 2015 in Santa Clara (California, USA), from 8th to 10th June 2015. A fully augmented visual experience can be created with the help of an Oculus Rift and a RealSense 3D camera. The Augmented Rift can, for example, perform heartbeat detection, facial recognition and measure distances.

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