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Portugal is a perfect place to create businesses for the digital future

Claudia Dietze gave an interview to PC Guia in the section "IT-Girl".

Claudia Dietze, Co-Founder of freiheit.com technologies gave an interview to PC Guia in the section "IT-Girl" and tells why Lisbon waited for freiheit.com and freiheit.com waited for Lisbon and what makes it so special to be a woman in a male dominated industry. Read more

freiheit.com Supports the “Heroes of the Sea”

Europe’s leading German software company contributes to York Hovest’s project of crossing of the Atlantic Ocean by rowboat.

Europe’s leading German software company contributes to York Hovest’s project of crossing of the Atlantic Ocean by rowboat. Read more

HACKERS WANTED!

freiheit.com started their first campaign in Lisbon!

Recently, we started a recruiting campaign “Hackers wanted” showing that our highly educated software engineers graduated from the best universities worldwide, such as at the ISCTE Lisboa, IST Lisboa, KIT Karlsruhe, WWU Münster and the ETH Zurich. Read more
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Renowned German software company in love with Lisbon

freiheit.com is investing in people, office and business aiming at long-term excellence.

Hamburg/Lisbon, May 7, 2019 – The German software company freiheit.com announces the opening of a new office in Lisbon. Specialised in building large-scale software platforms, the internet pioneer works for the who-is-who of the European economy such as Mercedes Benz, Volkswagen, Engel & Völkers and METRO. The company is a partner of Google and has a team of 150 people of which 85 per cent are software engineers. The company’s name ‘freiheit’ means ‘freedom’ or ‘liberdade’ and expresses its mission – to take the freedom to create the future with its software. With the new office in Lisbon, freiheit.com will further extend its reach by investing in long-term excellence at Europe’s new tech hotspot. Read more
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  • #Lisboa

Hackertalks

Every friday evening we meet for our Hackertalks

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freiheit.com invests in portugal

and opens an office in lisbon

The founder and Managing Director of freiheit.com, Claudia Dietze, explained to businessIT that the company’s name means ‘freedom’ in German and is «related to open-source software which started spreading when the company was founded». The idea «was to be one of the best in the world, not the biggest». Read more
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How to Become an Engineering Manager

freiheit.com at Code.Talks 2018

Some people think, that Managers are not needed anymore. It is widely believed, that the future belongs to agile, self-organizing teams and emergent behavior. In a world without managers, these teams operate like some kind of swarm intelligence, that always finds the right solution, at the right time, and is constantly creating the highest value for the customer, right? Read more
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HackerTalk with Aubrey de Grey

The first human beings who will live to 1,000 years old have already been born

On June 2, 2017, we got an awesome guest speaker at our HackerTalk - Aubrey de Grey, the Chief Science Officer and Co-Founder of the SENS Research Foundation. The foundation’s stated goal is to transform the way the world researches and treats age-related disease. Aubrey provocatively proposes that the first human beings who will live to 1,000 years old have already been born.

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HackerTalk with Marco Börries

Make small business work in a complex world

On May 5, 2017, Marco Börries presents his fourth product, NumberFour, or recently branded as enfore. Marco Börries is a German software engineer, a business friend and partner - and passionate entrepreneur! In his talk „Make small business work in a complex world“, he gives us an insight into his current product, his strategy as well as the architecture and technologies.

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SPIEGEL ONLINE compares top 17 offices

Where would you like to work?

SPIEGEL ONLINE compares the top 17 offices worldwide - we are in. According to a study, the productivity of each individual depends on the spatiality of the workplace. Where would you like to work?

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Even though machines are taking over more jobs that previously have been executed by humans, this development also bears a lot of opportunities for us, because we are still a valuable workforce. Nevertheless, the population declines and becomes increasingly older and many exciting jobs still remain that only someone made out of flesh and blood can do best. At the same time, the human workforce is decreasing. This is where intelligent machines can steer demographic changes towards our benefit. Claudia’s article explains why we should embrace the opportunities created by the Second Machine Age.

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From November, 25 to 27, 2016 the third Robotic Hamburg Open Workshop (RoHOW) will be held at the Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH). The RoHOW is an educational and networking event of students of the Universität Hamburg and the TUHH with students and scientists from all over the world that are active in research on humanoid robots. Teams of the standard platform and Humanoid Kid Size League are invited to present their work. RoHOW is organized by students from the RoboCup teams of the Universität Hamburg and the TUHH. freiheit.com is proud to support the open workshop!

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On October 26, 2016, we hang out with these cool, young mathematicians from Lothar Collatz School for Computing in Science, which promotes computational education & research at the interface of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Computational Sciences. It is a pleasure having you, thank you for visiting us!

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Claudia Dietze - columnist for the online magazine SAAL ZWEI - writes exclusively about topics that move her in her daily life as top executive. Today: Man muss kein Programmierer sein, um Software zu entwickeln.

Not so long ago, not many job positions were offered for non-engineers in the digital industry. This has changed immensely. More and more jobs are created, where even a university degree in archaeology, history, or philosophy will take you a long way in the digital industry. Here, it is more important to understand different things in context and to question them. The second machine age will not only wipe out jobs but it will bring forth many and entirely new jobs. Nevertheless - and this may be the bad news for people with an educational background in humanities - at the same time, it won’t hurt if one is good in mathematics …

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