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Posted on 14/01/2013 | No Comments
Posted on 14/09/2012 | No CommentsYesterday Ambientia arranged a Liferay Road Show in Helsinki. Around 60 people gathered in the Music Centre to hear the latest news and customer cases around Liferay Portal. Technlogy and...
Posted on 21/06/2012 | No CommentsThe eighth FedEx Day at Ambientia was a successfully orchestrated exercise in team integration. Our UX team in Turku may be quite small in number, but it’s definitely not small...
Posted on 15/06/2012 | No CommentsThis past week, we held a customized Scrum training session for fifteen of our software craftsmen from the various Ambientia offices. The point of the training was to recognize and...
Posted on 01/06/2012 | 2 CommentsHenna won the 2011 Service Desk Professional Award last year in Finland. In recognition of this honor, Henna’s manager, Laura, was asked to speak at the 2012 Service Desk Forum...
Posted on 14/05/2012 | No CommentsThe FedEx Day movement was started by Atlassian. We implemented the idea at Ambientia. When Sven from Atlassian found out that I will be speaking about the FedEx Day at...
Posted on 25/04/2012 | 5 CommentsWe ran into some difficulties when we were preparing for our Liferay Symposium Warm-Up Cruise in organising the transport of our booth and presentation materials to Stockholm. A couple of...
Posted on 10/04/2012 | No CommentsTwo of our teams were fortunate enough to attend a transformational Kanban training hosted by Hermanni from Reaktor. The session was launched with presentations about the history of Kanban and...
Posted on 16/03/2012 | No CommentsAmbientia’s sixth FedEx Day took place at the Hämeenlinna site again. Two teams invented ideas which they had hacked together. Most of the participants were already seasoned FedEx Day gurus...
Posted on 21/02/2012 | No Comments[This is a cross-posting to Ambientia’s intranet and to our blog.] At the Jfocus conference there were many interesting, well-crafted presentations that provoked a lot of thoughts and ideas. I...