05
Jul
2019

Job Shadow Reimo about IT Project Manager Job: “Absolutely You Can Choose This Work!”

Reimo, a job shadow from Tallinn Technical University Taltech visited the Uptime Tallinn office to see one of the project manager’s usual working days. He finished the day with a positive impression, and does not doubt any more whether the project manager’s job could be suitable for him – certainly it is, but he would like to be more familiar with various aspects. His next practice may answer further questions.

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21
Jun
2019

Employees with a career of five years or more make up 40% of Uptime

It’s no secret that in IT, employee mobility is frequent and good developers are attracted to better conditions by other companies. But Uptime has remained a permanent job for 25 people who have been here for five years or more. It´s a tradition to bring together “old people” every spring to do something exciting together. 

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04
Jun
2019

Uptime participating in the Duck Rally – Our Great Duck is starting this Saturday!

On Saturday at 12 noon, nearly 15,000 bath ducks will be taken to the Kadriorg Park Duck Rally – this is the record of all times comparing to previous years charity rally. Among others, the Great Duck with the Uptime logo is also participating to support the Estonian Association of Parents of Children with Cancer. Uptime has been participating in Duck Rally for the second year.

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20
May
2019

Uptime expanded to Northern Macedonia by acquiring a majority stake in GateOne, a software development company

The Estonian IT company Uptime, operating in Estonia, Norway, Denmark and Switzerland, acquired the GateOne software development company in North Macedonia, expanding to the market there.

The main purpose of the transaction is to find additional strength for international projects in the form of experienced developers in Northern Macedonia and to be represented in the region.

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29
Apr
2019

Job Shadow from Põlva: “A software developer´s work is much more interesting than I thought.”

In Uptime’s office we welcomed a job shadow from Põlva Gymnasium who wanted to use the opportunity to make sure that working as a software developer is the right future course for him.

Tenth grade student Toomas is very interested in computers, robots, and information technology in general. So, it seemed to him a good idea to come to see what the work of programmers is like.

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12
Apr
2019

In Taltech’s Internship Café: Students are good, but in one case we should go further

Uptime took part in the Taltech Internship Cafe on March and got together with a lot of practical students who were looking for IT practice/internship. Many young people who visited us at the Taltech Internship Café are those who no longer want to jump from one challenge to another, and questions about whether they can only work part-time or work abroad are asked much less. At the same time, we are a bit behind the rest of the world in some cases.

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25
Feb
2019

Uptime Developed the Central Software to Manage Employee Skills, Worktime and Training

ABB Drives factory needed software to manage employee skills and training, to take account of working hours, to keep track of costs, and to produce quality control reports. To do this, Uptime developed a solution consisting of four business modules.

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01
Feb
2019

Developers on Winter Days – from a Seminar to a Snow-Covered Forest, with GPS

Uptime teams meet every winter, in addition to other activities, on a two-day ‘winter days’ retreat, bringing together people from both Tallinn, Tartu, Norway and Denmark at the beginning of the year. Software development involves teamwork, but this event allows us to get together also with others we may not see during the year.

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14
Jan
2019

Developer Explains: What is Artificial Intelligence?

Every day we can read news about modern phones, speakers, headphones, or washing machines that allegedly contain artificial intelligence (AI). Do we really have thinking machines already? And if not, what does AI actually mean? Raimo Seero, Chief Technology Officer of Uptime, published a thorough overview in the daily newspaper Eesti Päevaleht (in Estonian) in December, explaining how developers see the software that is referred to as artificial intelligence.

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03
Dec
2018

Job Shadow Visited Uptime and Followed Developers for a Day

IT developer´s work may look like just sitting behind the computer, but in fact it’s exciting and something interesting happens every workday. 12th grade student of Suure-Jaani High School Taavi Lipp was following the work of the Uptime developers Siim and Liis.

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