People attending a CBM (Certified Board Member) course gathered at Trineria (some remotely as well) as part of the course’s team project. CEO Leif Setälä (operating the camera) attended the session as Trineria’s representative.
The course project’s aim was for the participants to get familiar with a company’s (i.e., Trineria’s) ownership strategy, management, and operations. Other subjects covered included the company’s future strategies and the value of managerial work. Strategies proved an especially fertile subject, prompting discussion and several prospective guidelines.
Remote metering system helps in monitoring and controlling water use. The solutions benefit housing, maintenance, and water companies.
When I started my programming studies three years ago, a major motivator was the dream of being able to work remotely out of Lapland at some point.
Working on real projects teaches you not only coding, but also planning, time management, and teamwork
Although development may cost more, savings can then come in the form of better software functionality, as well as lower maintenance and data centre costs.
Instants, times of day, time zones etc. In the programmer’s mind, these concepts often conflate into a singular entity known as “time”.
We are pleased to introduce our new Project Manager, Juha Martikainen. Based in eastern Finland in the town of Joensuu, Juha’s education is in plastics engineering with specialisation in manufacturing technology.
I felt genuinely welcome from day one and that really motivates you to put your best foot forward.
Teemu Poikkijoki has taken on the role of Senior Software Developer. He brings extensive experience and expertise to Trineria.