Profile

Cover photo
Robert Reiz
Works at VersionEye
Attended Hochschule Mannheim
Lives in Mannheim, Germany
233 followers|67,075 views
AboutPostsPhotosYouTubeReviews

Stream

Robert Reiz

Shared publicly  - 
 
Version 3.4.0 of the VersionEye Maven Plugin is out. Now plugins are tracked as well! Read all changes here: 

http://blog.versioneye.com/2015/04/21/versioneye-maven-plugin-3-4-0/

#Java   #OSS   #Maven   #Maven2  
Just released version 3.4.0 of the VersionEye Maven Plugin. It brings 2 new features and 1 enhancement. Plugins The biggest change is that by default it tracks plugins now. All plugins who are expl...
1
Add a comment...

Robert Reiz

Shared publicly  - 
 
Blogbeitrag über den Besuch auf der unKonf 2015 in Mannheim. Maximilian Berghoff beschreibt in kurzen Abschnitten die besuchten Sessions.
1
Add a comment...

Robert Reiz

Shared publicly  - 
How does VersionEye work?  I'm getting this question frequently. Specially from non technical people! The mission of VersionEye is to keep you informed about new open source releases!  Currently (M...
1
Add a comment...
In the last months we worked hard on VersionEye Enterprise! For a long time it was under the radar, because it was unclear if it will work or if customers are willing to pay for it! But now both un...
1
Add a comment...

Robert Reiz

Shared publicly  - 
 
One-Pager for VersionEye Enterprise arrived! They look awesome! :-) 
1
Add a comment...
For companies our license whitelist feature is very important. That's why we put a lot of work into it, to make it even more awesome! PDF-Export If you assigned a license whitelist to your project ...
1
Add a comment...
Have him in circles
233 people
Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer's profile photo
Fabio Scarvaglieri's profile photo
Alexander Kiselev's profile photo
tina tenison's profile photo
Eurostaff's profile photo
Marcel Altherr's profile photo
Pamela Borowski's profile photo
Mike Böttcher's profile photo
Jan Duda's profile photo

Communities

Robert Reiz

Shared publicly  - 
My timer for the bursting of this tech bubble currently stands at nine months. That's when investors and venture capital markets will stop throwing around billions in Monopoly money, companies without any profits will lose their suspiciously optimistic valuations, and startups will crater.
1
Add a comment...
Last weekend we sponsored the unKonf in Mannheim. The event was hosted by bitExpert AG, a software solution provider from Mannheim with a beautiful office close to the water. Stefan Koopmanschap st...
1
Add a comment...

Robert Reiz

Shared publicly  - 
 
How does VersionEye work?  I'm getting this question frequently. Specially from non technical people! The mission of VersionEye is to keep you informed about new open source releases!  Currently (M...
1
Add a comment...

Robert Reiz

Shared publicly  - 
After 24 years climbing the corporate ladder, Scott Crabtree now focuses on data-driven approaches to what makes people happy at work.
1
Add a comment...

Robert Reiz

Shared publicly  - 
VersionEye supports multi file projects since a couple weeks. That means that you can have a project at VersionEye with multiple project files from different package managers. In the project settin...
1
Add a comment...
People
Have him in circles
233 people
Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer's profile photo
Fabio Scarvaglieri's profile photo
Alexander Kiselev's profile photo
tina tenison's profile photo
Eurostaff's profile photo
Marcel Altherr's profile photo
Pamela Borowski's profile photo
Mike Böttcher's profile photo
Jan Duda's profile photo
Communities
Places
Map of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has lived
Currently
Mannheim, Germany
Previously
Berlin, Germany - San Francisco, CA - Cologne, Germany
Links
Contributor to
Work
Occupation
Managing Director
Employment
  • VersionEye
    CEO, 2011 - present
Education
  • Hochschule Mannheim
    Diplom, 2000 - 2005
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Great Bar in indie style. They serve great cocktails & beers and play rock music. Try the "Intro to Wermut" cocktail. It's a good starter!
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
I stayed here for 1 night. It was awesome. I had a huge room with a master bad and huge bathroom with shower. Breakfast was OK. Price was also OK. I would take it every time again.
Quality: GoodFacilities: ExcellentService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
2 reviews
Map
Map
Map