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We believe in opening up the way we do business as much as we believe in open sourcing software, and these blogs share our ideas, tools and experiences...

  • How to deal with organisational debt

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    Technical debt is a common term in software development. Technical debt accrues when you take shortcuts in creating new functionality or when software has changed so much that the architecture would need to be updated. To fix the debt software needs refactoring from time to time. Exactly the same thing happens to organisations, I call this organisational debt.

    Vesa Palmu - 2015|06|08 - 0 comments
  • Looking for a HR hacker

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    Do you have what it takes to help us grow into being at the cutting edge of agile HR? We are a fast growing agile firm that’s looking to start using our own agile methods into improving our HR. We are already one of the best employers in Europe (independently assessed by the Great Place To Work Institute) and want to be the best in the world in the future. We are looking for an HR hacker that will be able to grow with the firm.

    Vesa Palmu - 2015|05|22 - 0 comments
  • Iterations for Drupal development

    Iterative development process works well for software development in general. Using a process like Scrum can however cause some problems with a high productivity platform like Drupal. With Drupal you already have a working product very early in the process, you tweak the details and in the end have an improved version. With Drupal features are cheap and details are expensive.

    Vesa Palmu - 2015|01|08
  • Iterative and incremental Drupal development

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    Iterative development process works well for software development in general. Using a process like Scrum can however cause some problems with a high productivity platform like Drupal. With Drupal you already have a working product very early in the process, you tweak the details and in the end have an improved version. With Drupal features are cheap and details are expensive.

    Vesa Palmu - 2015|01|08
  • Wunderkraut built 1000 websites

    Well, not really. But the solution Wunderkraut built for Property The member associations to have their own websites has now generated over 1000 pieces.

    Matts Hildén - 2014|11|26 - 0 comments
  • Join Wunderkraut at DrupalCon Amsterdam

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    DrupalCon 2014 is where all the magic happens. This year the event takes place at RAI Amsterdam from 29 September till 3 October 2014. From sprints that improve the Drupal project to trainings that bring in new talent. Wunderkraut will be there the whole conference week. We will even temporarily move our offices to Amsterdam, because we believe DrupalCon is the place to be... to share knowledge, to connect with others and to give back to the community.

    Matts Hildén - 2014|09|26 - 0 comments
  • Fixed or target pricing?

    We are participating in a big and interesting tender process at the moment. The Request for Proposal asked us to either offer a fixed-price project or bind the project costs to a target price which adjusts according to actual costs incurred.The target price works as follows: Parties agree on a target price - for example 100 beans. If the project finishes early with 80 beans, the vendor gets a 50% bonus from the part they helped save. 10 beans for nothing!
    Joonas Kiminki - 2014|08|14 - 0 comments
  • Travel like a pro - Part V - Tips & tricks

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    I've been averaging some 150 days of travel and 100 flights per year for quite a few years now. People have been asking for travel tips from time to time, so I'm sharing some of my personal best practises in a series of five short blog posts.

    Vesa Palmu - 2014|06|28 - 0 comments

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