Sonargraph Jenkins Plugin Released
Simplifies Automated Enforcement of Architecture and Quality Rules
hello2morrow comes to Latin-America
New Subsidiary in Colombia
hello2morrow launches its next generation product Sonargraph for Java
Sonargraph melts SonarJ and Sotograph for Java into one product
New York City, NY
Alexander von Zitzewitz
is managing director of the company and CEO of the US subsidiary. He has more than 20 years of project and manangement experience. In 1993 he founded ootec - a company focused on project services around object oriented software technology. This company was sold to the French Valtech group in March 2000 and served customers like Siemens, BMW, Thyssen-Krupp-Stahl and other well known names in German industry. From 2003 to early 2005 he was working as Director of Central Europe for a French software vendor.
Alexander has a degree in Computer Science from the Technical University in Munich.
is acting as CTO of hello2morrow. He started his career in Alexander's former company, where he was involved in many different projects. By analyzing, why some projects are much more successful than others he found a strong link between structural consistency, technical code quality and the success ratio of projects. Using this data he developed a minimum rule set that would guarantee a high level of technical code quality, improve developer productivity and lower maintenance cost. From there it was only a small step to develop a tool set that would allow to check and enforce those rules automatically. He did this first with great success for ootec's customer BMW. In 2005 he left Valtech and became co-founder of hello2morrow.
Dietmar has a degree in Computer Science from the University of Applied Sciences in Worms.