Partners

TNG cooperates with partner organisations from the business and academic worlds.

Partner Companies

TNG has established a network of partner companies with whom we currently do business.

Atlassian

Atlassian is an enterprise software company best know for the following products:

  • Confluence: team collaboration platform and wiki
  • JIRA: issue tracking system for software development and project management
  • Bitbucket: enterprise git-server with review functionality
  • HipChat: team chat, video conference and screensharing
  • Bamboo: server for continuous integration, deployment and delivery

Details regarding our cooperation with Atlassian can be found here.

Couchbase

The homepage of Couchbase can be found here.

Gradle

Additional information on Gradle can be found here.

Partner Universities

We closely collaborate with different universities in Germany and Europe, in order to intensify the exchange between us as a company and the universities and their students.

University of Cambridge

The University of Cambridge is one of our important partner universities. In particular, we are pleased to be a member of the Computer Laboratory Supporters Club. As part of this membership, we are also represented at the annual Recruitment Fair.

University of Oxford

Furthermore, we are in close contact with the University of Oxford. We are a member of the Recruiter's Group. Part of this membership is the annual representation of TNG at the Careers in Computing Fair. In addition to that, we participate in the Summer Internship Programme.

Beyond this programme, we enable students to gain initial insights into the economy by offering year-round internships. As part of our various collaborations, we welcome several German- and English-speaking interns every year, especially during the summer months, for a stay of two to several months.

Career Networks

e-fellows.net

We have established a very successful close partnership with the career-network e-fellows.net. This network offers students online scholarships and various opportunities to exchange and build a network among themselves and with partner companies.

We invite scholarship holders on a regular basis to get to know our company better. In addition to that, we organize workshops and training sessions with scholarship holders and members of e-fellows.net. This involves teaching technical knowledge as well as learning about different modes of operation and forms of organization, especially those that used in the field of agile software development.

As part of the gap year program, we regularly offer internships to e-fellows.net scholarship holders. Within such an internship of at least eight weeks, the participants can get to know TNG even more intensively and are directly involved in a concrete project.

In addition, we give e-fellows.net users preferential access to the Big Techday, our one-day conference on science and technology that has been held yearly since 2007.

In addition, TNG's colleagues are approachable throughout various e-fellows.net events. For example, we are represented at the IT Days and are looking for a direct exchange with the students.