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Contest ends at February 20, 2018 (00.00 GMT).
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Samsung 500 GB SSD won Markus Saarniit and pizza for a week – Ervin Oro. Congratulations!
Every year, Uptime organizes a festive Christmas reception with its partners, where you can meet personally in an out-of-the-office atmosphere and have a good time to finish the year. The previous year, 2017, was completed with the concert on Teachers’ House on Raekoja Square, where singer Kadri Voorand and Estonian Voices performed in front of more than 140 guests.
A bad result in Robotex last year does not mean that you should give up and not try again. We wrote previously about how the Italian team beat the other LEGO line-ups by a long way, using the old style, but faster LEGO robot. Now the Saku team, supported by Uptime, used their own weapon – old-school LEGO – and won the battle.
In Oslo Innovation Week some Estonian and Norwegian speakers introduced e-government and e-solutions and how this is helpful for government and citizens to communicate more easily. Uptime Comperio CEO Ole-Kristian Villabø also participated and gave a presentation about best practices of digital innovation.
In TechnoHack, a traditional format hackathon at Mectory technology centre in Tallinn, Uptime developers participated by building a hat for blind people which recognizes traffic lights.
There is a certain stereotype of software developers, perceived from the outside as dissatisfied workers who are usually weakly bonded to their employers. In fact, however, this is not true.
IT staff are happy about their work, and it is also their hobby, concludes Raimo Seero, Technology Manager of Uptime LLC, reading a recent survey of software developers organized by Stackoverflow.
Leading Estonian business news publisher Äripäev (part of the Bonnier Group) started their own radio broadcasts in September. The radio station broadcasts business news and talk shows on business days. Once a month there is a radio show about Export Companies called “Ekspordivedurid”, which introduces successful examples of Estonian companies. Uptime is the main sponsor of this radio show.
This one hour long radio show was first on aired on September 4th, when Uptime CEO Eero Tohver presented the software developer´s experiences of expanding abroad.
The radio broadcast is in Estonian, but you can a find brief summary below.
Uptime International Summer Days took place on North Estonian beach resort Valkla during last weekend. Co-workers of Uptime from Tallinn, Tartu and Oslo offices met each other and played different team games. Even small robot building contest took place on Friday evening.
Microsoft issues a certificate of Gold Partner every year, and Uptime received one for the 11th time in a row. Uptime was the first IT company in Estonia to reach the level of Gold Partner in the area of Collaboration and Content and the only company in the country who has been able to keep such level consistently.