WeMightAsWell… is a team of three software developers from near Cologne, Germany. By working at the Cologne University for Applied Science (CUAS), developing several research projects with Unity and supervising the university courses “Procedural Generation in Unity” and “Serious Games with Unity”, we gathered a broad background in Unity development. Our main fields of expertise are tool development, editor scripting, procedural generation, data structures and software architecture.
Dennis Buderus
Dennis BuderusDeveloper
  • Works as a research assitant at the faculty of Computer Science and Engineering Sciences at the Cologne University of Applied Sciences (CUAS)
  • Member of the research group “Software Engeneering / Software Quality” at CUAS
  • Teaching Assignment “Procedural Generation of Virtual Worlds in Unity” (elective)
  • Supervising and mentoring the university course “Serious Games”
  • Developing with Unity3d for 5 years
  • Mainly interested in procedural generation, editor scripting, tools development
Marco Reitano
Marco ReitanoDeveloper
  • Studying Computer Science in Media at the Cologne University for Applied Sciences (CUAS)
  • Working in the research group “Software Engeneering / Software Quality” at CUAS
  • Supervising and mentoring the university courses “Serious Games” and “Procedural Generation in Unity”
  • Developing with Unity3d for almost 4 years
  • Mainly interested in procedural generation, editor scripting, tools development
Alex Maier
Alex MaierDeveloper
  • Works as a research assitant at the faculty of Computer Science and Engineering Sciences at the Cologne University of Applied Sciences (CUAS)
  • Member of the research group “Software Engeneering / Software Quality” at CUAS
  • Supervising and mentoring the university courses “Serious Games”, “Artificial Intelligence”, “Human–Computer Interaction”, “Project Management”, “Requirements Engineering” and “Software Engineering”
  • Developing with Unity3d for 3 years
  • Mainly interested in procedural generation, cross platform development, smart home