After a three month break, the new Formula 1 season is upon us. The past months have been all about designing, building, testing and training. Max can’t wait to get back on the track and race again.
It goes without saying that the software that we deliver to customers should be of high quality. Our products need to look great and help customers run their business. The fact that they do, is because of the thousands and thousands of lines of code under the hood. Developers write, change and maintain this code on a daily basis. Although invisible to the customer, the quality of those lines of code can be just as important as that of the visible part of the software. And thus of the company as a whole.
Last weekend, the world’s largest Blockchain Hackathon took place in Groningen, the Netherlands. The approximately 350 blockchain-experts that joined the Hackathon, represented roughly 75% of the Dutch blockchain community. Being very central to that community, Exact participated in two teams.
The partnership between Exact and Max Verstappen opens doors that would remain shut to others. It provides insight into the fascinating world of Formula 1, where innovation and state-of-the-art technology are the norm. What happens in the background to make it possible for Max to drive his laps, and what can we learn from it?
Welcome to the high-tech world of Max Verstappen.
With his fourth place in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Max Verstappen finished the season in fifth place in the overall classification. He is satisfied with what was a turbulent season and can’t wait for the next:
How do you decide which products and services deserve priority? This is a very central question in the software development industry. With lots of ideas, but limited capacity, companies need to effectively prioritize. Building the right solutions for your customers is crucial for business success, but how do you make the choices?
Exact and Formula 1 driver Max Verstappen today announced the extension of the partnership between the two through to the end of 2019. The agreement was confirmed at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, where Verstappen is currently testing in preparation for the upcoming season. In the 18 months since the Formula 1 driver and the technology company teamed up, both have developed tremendously within their respective fields. As a result, both are confident that the future relationship will see them continue to prosper.
In August 2015, Exact established a personal partnership with Max Verstappen, the promising and ambitious racing talent. Eight months later, we were a partner of Max Verstappen, the youngest Formula 1 Grand Prix winner ever. Max Verstappen, the world star. Max Verstappen, the disruptor. Max Verstappen, potentially the most valuable athlete in the world.
On Wednesday December 7, 2016, Exact hosted a meetup of the Dutch blockchain community. Founder of Ethereum Gavin Wood and other notable experts treated the audience to a true deep dive into blockchain technology.
Max Verstappen almost weekly causes commotion in the world of Formula 1. With his daring style, he constantly pushes the boundaries of his car, of himself and of the regulations. Not everyone handles that well, least of all the FIA: