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As part of the "Wiesbaden Engagiert!" campaign, we demonstrated once again that we can build more than just digital solutions: At the end of August, colleagues from the AOE team visited an EVIM Behindertenhilfe facility to build a species-appropriate chicken coop. And as with the projects from our day-to-day business, we had to rethink spontaneously and deal with challenging conditions: constant rain. But being the agile complexity acrobats that we are, this was of course no problem for us.
In this case, the actual end customers were the chickens: rescued from a battery of laying hens, they now live peacefully in the facility's garden. Covered and protected, however, they had only a very small house at their disposal up to now, and that was exactly what was supposed to change. So we got down to work and, despite the adverse weather conditions, implemented the project together with EVIM employees.
The human residents were also happy about the visit and the new home for their feathered housemates – and also about the opportunity to prepare a meal for their guests. This was then eaten together after the building. In the end, everyone went home happy and content – especially the chickens.
This year, for the 18th time, the „Wiesbaden Engagiert!“ action week brought together non-profit organizations and companies in joint projects. AOE employees have already taken part in the past – we also support the project with our development expertise by advising and implementing improvements to the software used. For the day of action, the AOE participants get the day off.
We would like to thank everyone from the AOE team who made this day possible and look forward to the next action week!
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AOE stands out against very strong competition and takes the top spot with a score of 4.69 (out of a possible 5) in the category "Internet". or the eighth time in Germany and the fourth year in Austria, kununu, in collaboration with Freundin magazine, has recognized the compatibility of family and work, a good work-life balance, well-being factors, as well as equal career opportunities for employers.
Welcome to our blog series "Behind the Screens"! This is where we dive into the real-life at AOE. We regularly give our employees the chance to share their stories, providing you with insights into their work and passions. Whether you're looking to kick-start your own career in the IT industry or simply curious, get ready for some cool stories and exciting insights. Stay tuned! In today's spotlight: Fabian. At AOE, better known as Fabi. As a Backend Developer, he is the engine behind the scenes. The 30-year-old constructs the backend systems that serve as the "brain" behind the overall applications. He has high expectations for AI development and knows that GenZ will significantly influence the technology. Here, you will learn more about the person "behind the screen."
The idea to become a developer came to Klara only after her studies (spoiler: not computer science!). Today she does frontend development at AOE and, after more than a year, is still more than happy in her role and in her team. Here in "AOE Behind the Screens" she tells you about how she managed to realize her dream and what developing software has to do with translating. In this new blog series, various AOE employees will regularly talk about their work, their careers and everything else that keeps them busy. In this way, we want to give you an insight into different roles and tasks and into everyday life at AOE. Frontend developer Klara kicks things off this week. Read more about the person "behind the screens"!