Professional exchange is just as important to us as involvement in professional and trade associations. let’s dev supports professional and trade associations and their events, gives lectures as a speaker and participates in working groups. In addition, let’s dev and/or employees of our company are members of the following professional associations.
As the leading business initiative for the promotion of Baden-Württemberg as an innovation and high-tech location, bwcon connects more than 600 companies and research institutions with a total of more than 5,500 experts. The added value of Baden-Württemberg: Connected & lies in the opportunities created by new collaboration and networking. Current topics are explored in depth in numerous Special Interest Groups (SIG), Creative Think Nets (CTN), seminars and expert forums.
With over 1,000 members, CyberForum e. V. is the largest regionally active high-tech entrepreneur network in Europe. From the start-up and the software forge to the experienced entrepreneur and the international information technology provider to research institutions and universities. A platform for networking as a direct link between competence and business contacts.
The Gesellschaft für Informatik e. V. (GI) is the largest association of computer scientists in the German-speaking area. It sees itself as a platform for computer science professionals from science and economy, education and public administration, and brings together a concentrated concentration of knowledge, innovation and visions. Core topics of our work are among others the promotion of young scientists, the transfer of knowledge from research to application, and application, questions of data protection and the security of IT systems. Around 20,000 personal members, including 1,500 students and almost 300 companies and institutions, benefit from this network.
The German UPA is the professional association of German usability experts and thus the representation of interests for all those working in the field of usability. The association has set itself the task of supporting professionals in the environment of user-centered system design. This involves questions of practical implementation of methods and procedures in everyday work (research, conception, design, testing, management). Founded in 2002, the association establishes a network for the exchange of experience and promotes the formation of public opinion in the field of usability and user experience. It currently has more than 900 members. The German UPA is the independent national representation of the Usability Professionals Association.
Engineers need a strong association that supports, promotes and represents them in their work. This is the task of the VDI Association of German Engineers. It has been providing engineers with reliable support for over 150 years. Every year, more than 12,000 volunteer experts work on the latest findings to promote Germany as a location for technology. This is convincing: With over 150,000 members, the VDI is by far the largest German engineering association.
The UXPA is the international professional association for usability professionals around the topics of usability, user centered design (UCD) and user experience (UX). The organization comprises more than 50 chapters worldwide, has members from more than 60 countries and initiated the World Usability Day in 2004, a worldwide event that takes place in a large number of cities and focuses on a professional exchange around usability.