Wolfram Schroers

I help when things must get done right

Hi, I am Wolfram. I help you make your software more reliable and robust.

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Which features move the needle most?


Functionality added in one place introduces bugs somewhere else?


Your team is big enough, but you still struggle to keep up with feature requests and bug fixes?


Lots of exceptions must be considered for each task?


Your team spends a lot of time extinguishing fires?

Sounds familiar?

Let's do something about it!

In the past three decades, I have been developing software. On my own, with small teams of merely a few developers, and with hundreds of engineers in large organizations. Many problems look overwhelming at first, but with the right strategy, these issues can be addressed and resolved.

Review your release process and find weak points that can be improved, enabling your team to work at peak performance.
Coach and train your team to get the most out of the existing infrastructure.
Assist your team in refactoring your existing code base to make it easier to test and maintain, and identify “hot spots” that must be addressed first.

Using my experience, I help your team to get the most out of your DevOps infrastructure, and your automated tests. The goal is to make your releases reproducible, reliable and robust.

Wolfram Schroers

What Others Say

CEO (Geschäftsführer), global analytix GmbH

Dr. Andreas H.

“What I particularly appreciated was the professional approach and work discipline during implementation. This made working with Wolfram very pleasant. I am very happy to recommend him.”

CEO (Geschäftsführer), abitz.com GmbH

Hao A.

“I particularly liked Wolfram's flexibility and perseverance in challenging situations. For me, customer feedback is paramount, and after Wolfram's training, customers were always satisfied and gave good feedback. I am always happy to recommend him.”

Software Domain Lead, Prokurist, UXMA GmbH & Co. KG

Tim B.

“I especially liked the documentation at the end which made it transparent what was implemented and how exactly the interface works.”

Selected Projects

BSH Hausgeräte GmbH logo

BSH Hausgeräte GmbH

October 2019 — June 2021

I was part of the team that developed and improved the iOS Home Connect app which connects home appliances to a mobile app.

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field-theory.org Blog

April 2011 — July 2011

My blog that I started way back in the 90ties.

iOS XCFramework

March 2022 — July 2022

I converted an existing iOS static library to an XC framework for use in iOS 13 and newer. I then integrated the build into the existing CI/CD pipeline.

Mobile UI framework

July 2021 — September 2021

I set up a CI/CD pipeline on Azure for a UI framework for internal use at a large, international company.

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tamanguu GmbH & Co. KG

April 2017 — August 2019

As co-founder and CTO I was in charge of the team for the development of the tamanguu contacts app and the deployment and operation on Azure.

BSH Hausgeräte GmbH logo

BSH Hausgeräte GmbH

December 2012 — March 2017

I was part of the team that devised the architecture and fundamental protocols of the iOS and Android apps and contributed the communication library written in C++.

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Sennheiser LSP 500 Pro

April 2012 — February 2013

As lead developer I was responsible for the iPad App to control the Sennheiser LSP 500 Pro professional speaker.

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Calistix iOS fitness app

April 2012 — October 2012

As an external consultant I coached the development team for the personal fitness app with sophisticated and diverse training exercises.

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Jekyll category pages

December 2017

A plugin for the Jekyll static website engine that I have published as Open Source. It got more than 40 stars on github.

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iTECPad iOS app

September 2011 — December 2011

As an external consultant I coached the development team for the app development, which resulted in an interactive simulation of thermoelectric cooling solutions.

iPad app (Enterprise internal)

April 2011 — July 2011

As lead developer I wrote an app for internal use at a large, international company.

PowerPlot iOS charting

October 2010 — May 2013

A charting and business intelligence framework for iOS that I have now published as Open Source.

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Objective-C — Der Sprachkurs für Einsteiger und Individualisten

January 2014 — September 2014

In my first book, I delved into the world of iOS development. Still, I also included a chapter dedicated to macOS programming, providing readers with a comprehensive understanding of the topic.

The description page is in German.

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Swift — Der Sprachkurs für Einsteiger und Individualisten

February 2015 — June 2016

In 2016, I authored my second book, which was an adaptation of my previous book on Objective-C to the new Swift programming language. While I put a lot of effort into writing and publishing the book, I regret to say that it quickly became outdated due to frequent revisions of the programming language by Apple. As a result, I am no longer able to recommend it as a useful resource for learning Swift.

The description page is in German.

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Let's start a conversation. I'll offer a free 30-minutes consultation, where you already receive advice on your next steps. If we find that I can help you further, we can talk about the next steps. It's completely risk-free for you, you have a lot to gain and nothing to lose!

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