Talks & Events
Green Coding Basics
Event Date: 19.5.2022 at 19:00

We are proud to announce our first in-person Meetup where you can meet like minded green software engineers and our team. In this session we will focus more on some concrete techniques that you can directly apply either as a user, or as a web developer and also talk hard numbers on these techniques in terms of carbon savings. [...]

Green Coding Meetup: What is green coding?
Event Date: 14.4.2022 at 19:00

We got a lot of wishes to host an introductory talk on green coding. So here it is! We will present to you the basic philosophies behind green software development. How it differes from classical performance / feature oriented software development and where the similarities are. [...]

Green Coding Meetup: The GreenOps Approach of Google Cloud
Event Date: 10.2.2022 at 19:00

In this meetup Michael will introduce us to GreenOps, a hands-on approach to improve the carbon footprint of all kind of applications running in the Cloud. GreenOps has the goal to support companies accelerating their sustainability strategy and transform towards a carbon-aware engineering culture. [...]

Green Projects: Cosmos & Sustain.All Meetup 13.01.2022 | Green
Event Date: 13.1.2022 at 19:00

Our first GreenProjects meeting will host two awesome projects “Cosmos” and “Sustain.ALL”. These projects have set their missions to tackle specific problems to fight global warming and climate change. They will present their approach and mission to heal the world. [...]

Meetup #1 Mein Fair Mögen
Event Date: 25.11.2021 at 19:00

Money makes the world go round: Financial markets still finance an economy that is on average not fit to mitigate or even adapt to climate change. Who wants to invest for a decent pension faces difficulties to find out where the money goes in the end. [...]

Sustainable (through) IT
Event Date: 12.9.2021 at 19:00

In his talk about “Sustainability (through) IT” Thomas will give an overview of different approaches and possibilities on how IT can reduce resource consumption and CO2 emissions by predicting and balancing supply and demand in volatile markets that usually see a lot of overproduction and resource loss. [...]