The most notable roles in my working life have been in the software industry and graphic design, specifically print. Familiarity with these two industries is a good fit for forward-looking developments like the digitalisation of industries and client communications.
At Trineria, I’ll be managing projects, conversing between clients and dev teams, setting up schedules, and so on. I expect there to be challenges, but proper team spirit as well. As a part of the team, I want to be able to help the company grow. What I find especially important in working for Trineria is the flexibility they provide, by which I mean that they don’t make the work consume your entire life. They make it easy to balance work hours and free time for normal working days too.
I do a bunch of different sports in my free time. Like so many others, I’ve been bitten by the padel bug. I like hitting the gym and badminton courts too, the latter I actually competed in before the pandemic came about. The rest of my free time is spent with the kids and their hobbies. Also, as any homeowner can tell you, there’s always some maintenance to be done somewhere too.
I’d describe myself as a fairly laid-back person, although I can be strict when needed. With any type of communication, I always appreciate transparency, honesty, and directness. Wishy-washy wordplay is definitely not my bag. To me, every workday should have at least a little bit of positivity, humour, and laughter. Being able to laugh at yourself is important too. There’s plenty enough doom and gloom in life as it is.
An intelligent system oversees, monitors, and manages units, regions, and equipment in manufacturing.
There are two things companies and organisations are bad at: leading change and leveraging new IT technologies.
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”.
I felt genuinely welcome from day one and that really motivates you to put your best foot forward.