Posts tagged with term Communities

Kilpailukykysopimus Exovella: panostamme koulutukseen, avoimeen lähdekoodiin ja asiakkaisiin


Kuten monessa muussakin yrityksessä Suomessa, kävimme henkilökuntamme kanssa neuvottelut loppusyksystä kilpailukykysopimuksen toteuttamisesta Exovella.

Lähtökohtaisesti olemme mukana talkoissa nostamassa Suomen kilpailukykyä. Tämä maa on antanut meille paljon ja nyt on aika antaa takaisin. Kuitenkin jokainen yritys on yksilöllinen, ja siksi lähdimme suunnittelemaan yhdessä Exoven näköistä ja makuista mallia.

From Drupal and WordPress to Node.js Café

Exove_Nodejs cafe

As some of you probably know, every second Tuesday of each month we organize either WordPress or Drupal Café at our premises in Ruoholahti. There’s also been a couple of Concrete5 Cafés. For those who have never heard about this kind of café before: it’s a simple event that basically gathers together the people sharing the same interest.

The first annual Drupal CEO Survey reports that there is a bright future for Drupal in the enterprise segment

Results from the global Drupal CEO business survey conducted by One Shoe and Exove, in partnership with the Drupal Association, indicate that Drupal will adopt a role as an enterprise level platform. The Drupal CEO Survey has been carried out this year out for the first time and gives insights in the key issues that Drupal agency owners and company leaders worldwide face.

Share your interests; get to know your colleagues

Knitting Club

At workplaces, people spend so much time together discussing about business related topics, projects and technologies. And that is great, since those are the topics we do care about and we are good at. It’s our job and daily life. For many of us, it’s part of the life outside the office as well. Still too often, we see each other only as co-workers, employees and supervisors, which makes it hard to get to know the persons behind their titles and positions.

Developer’s solution to building a better customer experience

the lounge

Building a good customer relationship can be tricky sometimes and it has many factors. What matters is the transparency and the trust. Being transparent, having a freely flowing discussion with all matters concerned helps build trust. Transparency means sharing also the fears and risks of the project.

I heard an inspiring keynote from Imre Gmelig Meijling at DrupalCamp Helsinki recently. Among other things, he spoke about creating good customer experience with Drupal projects through transparency, caring and good communication.

We're a DrupalCamp Helsinki sponsor

We are excited about the upcoming DrupalCamp Helsinki 2016. This year we are a gold sponsor among five other companies. DrupalCamp Helsinki will be organised on August 26-27.

In addition to the sponsorship, we also have two speakers at DrupalCamp:

Anastasios Daskalopoulos: QA in the Development Process