As many other people around new year I am cleaning up my endless list of to-dos. I do the closing of the year always in the same way; taking my little black notebook and checking all the year's to-do lists to check if there has been something worth revisiting or perhaps even replicating. I also check the statistics, how we're grown and what type of people we now have – this is not only a vital part of the planning process but also sort of rewarding on personal level.
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We are thrilled to announce that Django Beatty has joined Exove as our UK Representative.
Django has extensive background working open solutions with some of the biggest digital businesses in the UK. This combined with our extensive experience gained working with the leading customers in the Nordics and Baltics will be a very compelling offering in the UK.
Photo by Jussi Markula.
We hosted the very first Agile CXO event today at our office together with Agile Finland. The event collected the agile industry leaders to discuss on relevant topics related to agility and lean way of working. We had people from software companies, design agencies, and customers.
Markus Aranko from Exove Design showed Nextgames.com and how the kinetic design was implemented with WordPress.
Had you been deterred from this article after reading its unnecessarily complex title I would not have blamed you. But here you are. Perhaps you carried on reading solely because you have some extra time on your hands or maybe you are simply curious and not easily put off. Assuming and hoping for the latter, I believe this post to be relevant since it discusses curiosity, among other things.
I have been working at Exove for this summer as an office assistant. I study in high school and am interested in communications. I was thrilled when I got the job and even though I had my own expectations, hopes and fears, this job has turned out to be everything I ever wanted!
I have basically very little experience from working life before this, but I am an active member of the students association and act as an editor-in-chief for our school’s newspaper.
It's been a few weeks now since I started as a project management trainee at Exove and I'm starting to learn the ropes. Hence it might be suitable to share a few words about the application process and the experience thus far, especially since I'm the only non-developer trainee and might have a slightly different perspective.
We had our annual summer day yesterday, and as usual, had loads of fun.
The day started with an all hands on deck meeting in which we discussed about our values. We created a big set of protovalues in teams and will continue to discuss these in smaller groups during the summer. The image above shows around half of our people, we didn't have wide enough lens to get everyone in the picture.
We’ve been always proud about the fact we can help our customers in all matters related to web and mobile services. In addition to design & implementation work, we provide also comprehensive set of web consulting services.
It started like a normal Tuesday morning. First thing I did after waking up, was to check my Twitter. After seeing a lot of tweets about OpenSSL, I had to dig deeper. At first glance, it seemed like the worst thing to hit the web for many years. And it was.
OpenSSL was leaking its memory contents. The programmer had missed one size check when writing the heartbeat implementation. But it was bad. All traffic , usernames and passwords and even server private keys are in that particular memory.