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8 tell tale signs of burnout

Even the best jobs can lead to burnout. The harder you work and the more motivated you are to succeed, the easier it is to get in over your head. The problem with burnout though, is that it sneaks up on you. It’s easy to ignore the early warning signs, because it’s a gradual process. The […]

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Meet our people – This is Christer

Christer works as a senior consultant and account manager at PlanMill. He is a Finnish-born and was educated at Aalto University (M.Sc.Eng.) What are you working at now? Several of my accounts have restructuring processes going on and I’m involved with accommodating PlanMill ERP to meet altered business needs in an optimum way. This involves […]

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Meet our people – This is Peter

Peter works as a Software Engineer at PlanMill. He is a Nigerian-born and was educated at Savonia University of Applied Sciences (2012). What are you working at now? I’m currently developing the next generation Task management platform. This will help customers manage their tasks in a simple and easy way with less hassle. I’m also […]

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Non-technical explanation of an API

It’s all about connection. Most of us carry phones and other small computers in our pockets that are connected to networks that give us unprecedented access to our friends and colleagues. By now, we are so used to the instant connectivity that puts the world at our fingertips. We can purchase, post, pin and pick […]

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What is a user story?

User stories are part of an agile technique that helps shift the focus from writing about requirements to talking about them. Usually user stories include a written sentence or two. Who, what, why? User stories usually answer the questions of who and what and why. It should be written by the business in the language […]

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8 tips for quickly bouncing back after vacation

Ah, vacation. You just got back from a week of complete relaxation, when the only thing on your to-do list was to not do a thing. But now you’re back to reality and you have million tasks to do. You are struggling to remember the password to turn on the computer, trudge through your inbox […]

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