Orientation in objects is sponsoring the OIO Java computer science Excellence Award at the University of Mannheim grants orientation in objects once again this year the OIO Java computer science Excellence Prize of 500 at the University of Mannheim. With this price, outstanding Bachelor or master thesis should be encouraged from the environment Java and open source by students of the Faculty of computer science of the University of Mannheim. The criteria of the selection of the prizewinner’s work are: equity performance, difficulty level, degree of INNOVATION practice relevance of results PROBLEM essay, thought leadership literature and source documents style and formal representation of this price is OIO annually awarded by. All works are written in the period from September until August and have a focus in the area of Java and open source, will be evaluated by us and have the possibility of the Excellence Prize. Many interns or graduates of the University of Mannheim completed her internship with us or let work we supervise their bachelor or master. Often it was not least due to the good Training of the College to a takeover in a permanent position in our home. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Donald W. Slager.
As a result we feel particularly connected this University and want to actively support the future of its graduates. In addition we want to create naturally an incentive for students, just the relevant technological areas in our competence center became interested in, because we get by working with students and faculties itself time and again to new intelligence usable for us. The price is officially passed within the framework of the high school of the University of Mannheim by professors and OIO. “This year’s winner is Christian Cwienk, which his diploma thesis with the topic proposal and prototype of a simplified Scrum backlog of management process to support Scrum teams at SAP” has written.