Mindoo GmbH

  • Mindoo GmbH was founded in May 2008 by Karsten Lehmann and Tammo Riedinger. We specialize in the development of software for Lotus Domino, Java application development and web applications.

    Our Company has a comprehensive know-how and insight into the market that is based on our long-standing experience as self-employed software developers.

    As IBM certified Lotus Notes/Domino developers, Karsten Lehmann specifically focuses on customer solutions for the platforms Lotus Notes/Domino R5-R8. Along with classic Lotus Notes/Domino development for web and Notes Client, he also covers the new features and options that are offered as part of version 8.0 and higher. These include Eclipse plug-ins for Lotus Notes Client, application architectures based on composite application technology and web application development with the XPages technology of Lotus Domino 8.5.
    In recent years, Karsten Lehmann designed and implemented complex client/server architectures mainly for web-application, based on Java, OSGi and JavaScript.

    Tammo Riedinger contributes his know-how mostly to classic application development at Mindoo GmbH. Tammo's abilities range from draft and implementation of libraries to the implementation of complex applications and user interfaces. He is well versed in various programming languages and multi-platform programming. His focus was mainly on the implementation of projects in Java (Swing/Eclipse) and C/C++.
    In recent years, Tammo Riedinger was involved mostly with designing and implementing complex web-applications with Java, JavaScript and HTML (up to HTML 5). He also worked on projects for the iOS platform based on Objective-C and HTML.

    Since 2004, both founders are responsible for the development of "Weilgut MindPlan", the mind mapping and project management solution of Mindoo's partner Haus Weilgut GmbH.
    In 2008 MindPlan has been awarded a visionary software with IBM's Lotus-Award TCO and won the "Innovationspreis der Initiative Mittelstand" (Award for innovation of the initiative for medium-sized businesses) in the category knowledge management in 2005 and 2007.

    They provide information on the technological progress in the areas Lotus Notes and Java development in various lectures, among others at the German Entwicklercamp (Developer Camp) in Gelsenkirchen and the IBM in-house trade fair Lotusphere in Orlando.