The Engineers

Cape of Good Code has been founded by Egon Wuchner and Konstantin Sokolov, two highly skilled and experienced software engineers. Together, they have more than 30 years experience in software engineering as project leader, architect and developer. The collaboration was born out of the idea that software analysis can be done way better. More fact-driven, more business-oriented, more effective.
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Egon Wuchner


20 years in software engineering
developer, architect, project leader

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Konstantin Sokolov

Dipl.-Ing. (tech. Informatik)

10 years in software engineering
developer, architect


The Detangle solution takes a deeper view and analyzes code changes continuously over the evolution of any software project rather then just analyzing the current status of code. Intelligently improving the software modularity of features and interpreting its development process leads to completely NEW and fact-based insights by revealing code change relationships between features or engineers. This makes it possible to align business goals with quality goals in an optimal way. It’s DETANGLE’s objective to turn heated subjective discussions into data-driven, fact-based business decisions.

"Everything you wanted to know about your code but were afraid to ask."

Why you should use detangle

Features versus quality

Detangle for Quality

DETANGLE’s objective is aligning business goals with quality goals in an optimal way such that heated subjective discussions turn into data-driven, fact-based business decisions...

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managing the main risks

Detangle for Risk Management

DETANGLE’s objective is identifying the patterns of system knowledge within your teams, across teams and reducing its main risks...

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Safety-related and non-safety features

Detangle for Safety and Agility

DETANGLE’s objective is aligning the engineering of safety-critical systems with agile methods by monitoring the ability to flexibly handle safety requirements during later iterations...

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