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Talks and User Groups
One of our colleagues gave a talk "A Big Data Streaming Recipe" at the Voxxed Days Bucharest. We presented the topic "Avatar – Telepresence robotics with Nao and Kinect" both at the Mobile TechCon in Munich and at Javaland in Brühl by Cologne.
Events at TNG and Talks
The Nodeschool #1 took place at TNG on 21 January. On 31 January we hosted the Software Architecture Munich Meetup and on 9 February the Atlassian User Group. Our employees gave talks at several meetups: "No More Spinners" at the Munich UX Meetup, "Strategies for AI deployment" at the Deep Learning Meetup Munich and "Design Thinking for Beginners" at Design Thinking Munich.
The IoT Hackathon for TNG employees and e-fellows also took place at TNG's offices on 10 February. Intel supported with hardware.
One of our colleagues gave a talk "Shell-Scripting mit Haskell" at the BOB Conference 2017 in Berlin.
Articles in Technology Blog Heise Developer Online
TNG employees contributed two articles to the important German technology blog Heise Developer Online: an Article on the Big Data technologies Apache Spark and Apache Flink in the summer and, together with one of our clients, an Article on REST with HATEOAS in December. The latter reached 14th place amongst the most read articles of the year 2016.
TNG contributed several showcases and lectures to the OOP 2017.
Our colleagues gave talks on the topics "Integrated and Professional Software Development with the Atlassian Stack" and "Avatar – Telepresence Robotics with Nao and Kinect". One of our executive partners gave a lecture at the Intel AI Day and took part in the panel discussion as part of the OOP.
TNG had representatives at the Atlassian and the Intel stand, presenting showcases on gesture control and telepresence robotics. Our colleagues demonstrated various prototypes in the areas of IoT, augmented reality, virtual reality and robotics at the OOP Maker Faire.
Development and Implementation of a Customer Matrix
We supported a telecommunications provider in the development and implementation of a customer matrix for the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems. Customer value and the probablility of contract termination for each end customer are recalculated every day in the Data Warehouse and transmitted to the CRM systems. Agents in the Service Centre and Point of Sales receive valuable information about the end customer and have the best possible support for providing personal customer care. The customer matrix also allows the CRM team to define standard strategies and to specify individual customer offers.
Munich Team wins the Hyperloop Pod Competition
TNG was the first sponsor of the TU Munich's Hyperloop team. The first ideas for participation in the competition run by SpaceX and Elon Musk go back to autumn 2015. The efforts of the student team, involving up to 30 students, were rewarded with victory in the competition and the prizes for "fastest pod" and "best performance in flight". Neither the strong competition from Delft and MIT nor the heavy rain and customs' confiscation of the batteries could prevent the win. We congratulate the team and look forward to the talk at the next Big Techday!
Replacement of a Legacy-Web-Application
We supported a client with an online platform in the development of a website, using ES6, React and Fluxible with high test automation. The backend employs a microservice architecture with Scala, Kafka and MongoDB. After several months of development, the legacy version of the top entry page was replaced by a newly developed page with responsive design.
Talks and Sponsorship
TNG employees gave talks at various conferences: "Functional and low-level: watching the STG execute" at the Haskell Exchange in London, "Avatar - Telepresence robotics with Nao and Kinect" at the ChartaCloud Nao World Congress in the NERVE Center at the University of Massachusetts in Boston, "Scaled Agile Software Development in Practice" at the W-JAX 2016 in Munich, "Behaviour-Driven Development in Java with JGiven" at the Devoxx Belgium in Antwerp. We also gave a keynote lecture at the graduation party for students of Computer Science at the LMU Munich on the topic "Computer Science, Time and Responsibility".
We helped to organize the PHP User Group and Design Thinking Munich, as well holding a talk and kata on "JGiven - a BDD Framework for Java". We also sponsored the Lean Startup Machine.
TNG gave an interview on the topic Digital Transformation