This year we committed to the “Wiesbaden Engagiert” project week for the fourth time! As part of this initiative, companies commit to supporting charitable institutions and social projects in Wiesbaden. We decided to work on a website project with the Friedrich von Bodelschwingh school, a special school focusing on physical and motor development.
Recently, we were able to put our additional office in Kirchgasse 2 with room for around 30 people into operation. We are very happy about the change, the unpacking and our recovered “leg freedom” in the main office, and we are looking forward to having a great time in the new office!
My colleague Torsten – our pioneer in landscaping and cultivation – recently came up with the great idea of planting our terrace with useful plants instead of simply decorative ones. Space is abundant, and especially for colleagues who live in the city without their own garden, urban gardening is a great opportunity to put our green thumbs together. There’s also something to hanging out during the lunch break in our own garden with the growing vegetables! 🙂
“Being able to program is like mastering a superpower – you can change the world with it!”
Our CEO Martin Seibert said about the same thing. And the fact is, the economy will need more and more developers in the medium and long term than ever before. We think that young people should get interested in, and inspired by this profession at an early stage.
For this reason, //SEIBERT/MEDIA created programmieren.de: We hold events every two weeks to give students experience with modular programming.
A few weeks ago, it was finally that time again: Our annual //SEIBERT/MEDIA ski trip was on! Approximately 20 colleagues and friends of //SEIBERT/MEDIA were in our Tour of Austria.
From 5 to 9 December 2016, one //SEIBERT/MEDIA employee joined 20 Atlassians from various locations around the world on a Foundation Trek to Cambodia, to see what great projects the Room to Read organization had implemented. Here are some impressions.