About the founder

About the founder

Frank Wiebeler, born in 1986, started programming at the age of 13 and initially wrote several applications for the PC, including a graphics program with 120 effects and a total of well over 500 functions.

After studying mechanical engineering and computer science at Münster University of Applied Sciences (Bachelor of Engineering), he worked in the field of agricultural data management for a manufacturer of agricultural machinery in the german “Emsland”, where he spent his time programming, analyzing ISOXML, testing supplied (software) products and participating in AEF workshops (e.g. for conformity tests). The participation in specification rounds for the agrirouter showed him that the everyday compatibility problems are huge and that there have to be comprehensive approaches to solve them.

For programming, he doesn’t prefer the “basement office” but likes to work “on the road”, because the changing environment always gives him new impulses for the implementation of his software ideas. Writing specifications and testing the delivered results provides a good balance to his own programming, as it allows a different perspective on the project work. In your own software you often become “company-blind”, while in others software you seem to easily find mistakes. This leads to a more critical view of one’s own software and, above all, to critical testing of his software by other developers.

Beyond the work he is mostly to be found jogging or on the motorcycle.