"The only lasting beauty is the beauty of the heart."
- Dschalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī
The three golden H's of our life are three simple principles that will guide our life and our creative working process in this competitive, but awesome world. We will stick to them, regardless of any circumstances.
Attracting in functionality, quality and appearance is our key ingredient for any successful creation and life in general. We live the concept of lifelong learning, while we adapt us to the ever changing attractiveness of the present.
We are focused, energetic and show passion in everything we do, while we offer warm-heartedness for all our fellow beings. We know that calmness and kindness can solve the hardest issues and unlocks even the coldest hearts.
Living in a complex society of individual entities requires respecto for each ones integrity, expression and opinion. We will encourage humane acting to any living being and will actively fight against any violations.
Our technical guru and software architect holds a computer science degree and is long-term member of the ACM, as well as the German GI (Gesellschaft für Informatik). He's our expert in MDA, DDD, Java, SAP and Blockchain.
Enrico has over 20 years hands-on experience in the fields of software engineering. His weapons of choice: A cup of Java in combination with a spritzer of Spring Framework and a spoon full of Domain-driven design, garnished in a shell of an agile iterativ-incremental development process.
"Wenn der Klügere nachgibt, haben wir bald die Herrschaft der Dummen." by Bodo Hugo Hauser.
Our social guru holds a computer science degree and keeps an open eye for opportune events on any known social media platform. She's our expert for social media, Windows Server and virtualizations.
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