During a visit of Tarek Al-Wazir at Technische Universität Darmstadt (Darmstadt University of Technology), Codetrails had the opportunity to demonstrate to the Hessian Deputy Minister-President and Minister of Economics, Energy, Transportation and Regional Development why we think that “programming is predictable” and how this fact can boost a software-development team’s efficiency.
Minister Al-Wazir visited Darmstadt to learn about the university’s programs to aid start-up companies. Accompanied by other award-winning companies like AOM Systems GmbH, Gymwatch GmbH, and Consetto UG, Codetrails seized the opportunity to demonstrate how its products Codetrails Connect and [ctrl]flow Miner as well as the widely adopted Open-Source project Eclipse Code Recommenders can make software development much more efficient.
The meetup was organized by HIGHEST, the Home of Innovation, GrowtH, EntrepreneurShip and Technology Management, which is dedicated to aid aspiring start-ups. Read more about this event on their website (in German).
From left to right: Minister Tarek Al-Wazir, Codetrails CEO Marcel Bruch, Andreas Sewe, Johannes Dorn
Images by Claus Völkers/TU Darmstadt