CS Student Software Project winners announced

€2,000 prize won by team who designed an integrated design-feedback tool
The winning team posing with their prize
The winning team, left to right [top row]; Erkka Mutanen (Sievo, Project Owner), Tobias Jern, Kalle Mäkelä, Joona Lillfors, Sofia Tengvall, Samuli Raivio, Elias Benkhodja, [front center] Henrik Helenius (Scrum Master). Not here: Shahruz Manna

The 2019 Software Project Course in the Department of Computer science celebrated the Software Project and Quality Award gala yesterday. The best project, which won a €2,000 prize for its team members, went to the Feedbacker Forum team. Their project, proposed by Helsinki-based firm Sievo, designed a tool that would enable web developers to easily get feedback on projects they are working on from multiple users. The team were praised for their thoughtful and thorough design by the judges, and the outcome of their project is being further developed by the company that proposed it.The project is open source under the MIT license which makes it available for any company to use. You can read more about the project from the open source github repository or from the about page.

The other teams that made up the top 3 projects were the HR in a pocket team – who designed a mobile interface for HR information and requests, a project that was proposed by Accountor; and the Daily Coach team, who designed an online forum for employees to help with professional development, which was proposed by Taito United.

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