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May 25th, 2023

Registration for MuniHac 2023 now open

Registration for MuniHac 2023 is now open! The annual 3-day Haskell conference and hackathon takes place from July 7th to 9th in Munich. Don’t miss the opportunity to be a part of it and sign up below.

MuniHac 2023 offers you the opportunity to expand your Haskell skills through workshops, hacking on Haskell projects, and engaging with developers from the international community. All MuniHac participants are also invited to attend our Big Techday 23, which features a dedicated Haskell track.

Secure your spot for MuniHac 2023 at:

May 10th, 2023

Code, learn & network at MuniHac 2023

Announcing MuniHac 2023! The annual 3-day Haskell hackathon and conference will take place in Munich in July.

This year’s MuniHac will start on Friday, July 7th with the Big Techday 23 at Motorworld Munich. At our conference on science and IT, MuniHac participants can expect an engaging day full of talks by world-class speakers, exciting exhibits and a dedicated Haskell track. On July 8th and 9th, MuniHac will continue with a hackathon on Haskell projects and workshops. Furthermore, there is an optional beginners workshop on July 6th before the official start of the event.

The combination of MuniHac and Big Techday offers you the unique opportunity to attend two IT conferences in one weekend to expand your Haskell knowledge as well as educate yourself in other areas and network with experts from around the world.

For further information on MuniHac 2023, please visit:

April 28th, 2023

On the road to muc023

What does it take to built a highly efficient concept car? Our colleagues Thomas Endres and Eric Weikl had the chance to be part of the launch of TUfast Eco Team's new car muc023. We are very happy to support them as sponsors for the upcoming season. If you want to learn more about the team, the technology and the races, meet the TUfast Eco team on July 7th at our Big Techday:

April 20th, 2023

"Hackaburg Goes Green" - sponsored by TNG

We are pleased to sponsor Hackaburg again this year. Organised by Techbase Regensburg, the Hackaburg is a hackathon that brings together developers, designers and entrepreneurs from all over the world and offers the opportunity to work on various innovative projects for a weekend. A special feature of this year's edition is the motto "Hackaburg Goes Green". To reduce the footprint at every future event, key indicators like how much water was used or how much waste was generated will be measured. Using these KPIs, the organisers will analyse how sustainable this year's Hackaburg was and investigate where there is room to improve. If you would like to take part or are interested in the results of the measurements afterwards, visit the Hackaburg website at:

April 13th, 2023

Please CLI

How would you like to speak to your command line as if it was a co-worker? Introducing your new colleague "Please CLI"! Just explain in plain text what you would like to do and it will respond with a Linux CLI command that does just that. And, best of all, your new colleague doesn't even expect a salary, as the tool is completely OSS and can be "hired" via homebrew or apt.

March 31st, 2023

Big Techday 23: Registration now open!

Registration for Big Techday 23 is now open! The 16th edition of our annual conference on science and IT will take place on July 7th at Motorworld Munich and remotely via stream. From now on, you can register your interest in attending the event on site here: We will notify you whether you can participate in Big Techday 23 at Motorworld. Taking part remotely is open to anyone and does not require a registration. Big Techday 23 offers a line-up of talks by world-class speakers as well as exhibits and networking. Our confirmed speakers include YouTuber Grant Sanderson (3Blue1Brown), Inés de Vega (Head of Quantum Innovation at IQM), Fraunhofer board member Prof. Dr. Alexander Kurz, and many TNG colleagues.More information on the event, our speakers and their talks can be found on the Big Techday website at


March 23rd, 2023

TNG @"The Angular Plus Show"

Our colleague Cathrin Möller has been invited by ng-conf as a guest to the official Angular Podcast, the "The Angular Plus Show", following her talk at the official German Angular Conference NG-DE on "Perceived faster Angular applications" last October. The episode was just published and you can find it here. Feel free to listen!

March 16th, 2023

BOBkonf 2023 sponsorship

This year, we are once again sponsoring BOBKonf, one of the leading conferences for software developers in Germany. Our colleague Franz Thoma will also be giving a talk named "What this game taught me about software architecture". With the help of the popular game "Factorio" he will discuss topics such as microservices, monolithic architecture, team and project management, and maintenance costs in software development.

BOBkonf will take place on Friday, March 17th, 2023 in Berlin. We're excited to be part of it again and look forward to connecting with other software developers.

March 1st, 2023

Sustainability hackathon at BSH and Home Connect

Our client BSH hosted a hackathon on sustainability and environment. 15 teams invested three days to build new and innovative ideas ranging from more sustainable cooking functionalities to resource-efficient usage of cloud infrastructure. The topic "Zero Waste Cooking", developed by TNG and BSH colleagues, won the category “Saving resources at home with new digital services” and also achieved the overall victory of the hackathon. Congratulations to our winning colleagues: Matthias Linster, Lucía González Rosado, Stefan Wedler, Lennard Schiefelbein, Patrick Groetzner und Rasmus Hellborn!

February 27th, 2023

Launch of the digital clinical decision support tool OptiCor™

Over the past two years, we have been developing the OptiCor™ platform for tenacio, a German medical startup. This innovative platform enables physicians to make informed and personalized treatment decisions based on study data for patients with atrial fibrillation. Having been reviewed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), OptiCor™ is now commercially available in the United States. Through the use of various parameters drawn from patients' medical records, OptiCor™ can accurately calculate the individual likelihood of bleeding, strokes, and mortality, empowering physicians to tailor treatment plans to each patient's unique needs. Additionally, the platform offers sophisticated modeling capabilities, providing insights into how different treatment options may impact the progression of the disease. We are thrilled to further enhance the OptiCor™ platform and continue collaborating with tenacio in the fight against cardiovascular diseases, the leading cause of death worldwide.

Previous news and events can be found in the archive.