A group from the German-Jordanian University recently visited Trier as part of an ongoing software development project. Professors and students from both institutions are actively engaged in this semester-long initiative, simulating global cooperation in software development. The joint effort involves concurrent development at both locations, with each university providing specifications for the software to be developed by their partner. Communication predominantly occurs online. The recent visit to Trier by the GJU group marked a significant milestone in the project. During the visit, the two groups exchanged information on the current project status and deliberated on the next steps until the software products are completed