is co-founder and managing director of hello2morrow and CEO of the US subsidiary. He has more than 30 years of project and management experience. During that time he learned that managing dependency and keeping a clean architecture is a precondition for maintainability and technical quality of software systems. Moreover, developers are having more fun and are more productive if they do not have to spend their work days tracking down weird dependencies. In 2005 he founded hello2morrow together with a former co-worker with the vision to develop tools that would support architects and developers keeping their code base in good shape. 2008 he moved to Massachusetts to grow the business of hello2morrow in the US and Canada. When he does not work on new features for Sonargraph he can be found hiking, drinking red wine, boating, listening to Jazz or playing strategy games.