Author Archives: Marko Leppänen

The Cookbook for Successful Internal Startups

The cookbook for successful internal startups was launched on 26th of April 2016. The book can be downloaded from http://www.n4s.fi/publication/cookbook-successful-internal-startups/ Companies and research institutions in Digile’s Need for Speed-program (www.n4s.fi ) wrote this book as a joint project. Idea for … Continue reading

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Biting the bullet on refactoring

The N4S project is still going strong and produces new results almost weekly. This week started with the publication of an article Refactoring — a Shot in the Dark in the newest November/December 2015 issue of IEEE Software. This article … Continue reading

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TUTLab, support your local Fab Lab

Today, there was an idea session and a workshop for teachers regarding TUTLab. TUTLab is an instance of Fab Lab, which is a small fabrication laboratory, aimed for students and teachers alike. It is also an innovation platform, as the … Continue reading

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Heavy metal innovation

The first Fimecc innovation camp was organized this week at TUT. The boot camp was held two weeks ago and this week will culminate to an end gala on Thursday. The innovation camp brings together  the students and business cases … Continue reading

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Technical debt, or how I stopped worrying and love the code

ICSME ’15, or 31st International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution, was held this year in Bremen last week. As a co-located event, MTD’15 (Seventh International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt) was organised on 2nd of October. Technical debt is … Continue reading

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ESEC/FSE 2015 in Bergamo, Italy

The 10th Joint Meeting of the European Software Engineering Conference and the ACM SIGSOFT Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering was held in Bergamo, Italy this year. I had an opportunity to visit the conference, as the article The … Continue reading

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Test users wanted for a collaborative game

Javier Tresaco, who is doing his thesis in thesis in the pervasive computing department, in the UX field with Thomas Olsson, is conducting a series of user studies on next week. Javier would like to have more attendees, so this … Continue reading

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Travelling the road to the Continuous Deployment

As a part of Digile 2015 program, we have had an expectionally good opportunity to collaborate with several companies and other universities. Armed with an access to for such formidable resources, researchers for TUT together with colleagues from University of … Continue reading

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A newish member and project

My name is Aino and I started to work here (again :)), more specifically in IHTE. During the last three months of year 2014 I finalized my PhD thesis, which I recently returned to “be inspected in the department”. The … Continue reading

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The Italian Job

I am Andrea Janes, a post-doctoral student from South Tyrol, a small region in the north of Italy, in the middle of the mountains. I also attach a photo, so that you recognize me in the corridor 🙂 I am … Continue reading

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