Improving the quality of print outs from biotechnology 3D printers
CSHARK is co-developing a custom software tool for measurement comparison and processing of images from microscopes that are used by biotechnology 3D printers. Created materials (all sorts of organic materials, gels, proteins, etc.) are used by BioTech and healthcare companies to grow organic tissue like skin and ophthalmic nerves to test medical solutions and cosmetic substances.
The software team is responsible for front-end and back-end development. The project is managed with the use of SCRUM. What is more, the team is self-organized – software developers and Software Architect decide together which task assign to who. Teams work remotely, they communicate throughout Microsoft Teams and Gitlab.
The project goals include, i.e., implementation of the interface, SQL database, algorithmic generation, or modeling engine. Samuel Gilliéron, a Software Architect at regenHU, in the interview for Clutch, highlighted that:
The code quality increased drastically by reaching an 80% coverage in just a few months of work, while the amount of feature implemented more than doubled since the arrival of the CSHARK development team.