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Why and how to publish a plugin at

The first ever WordCamp was held in Finland on May 8th and 9th in Tampere. Many from our staff participated in the event and Seravo was also one of the sponsors. On Friday Otto Kekäläinen had a talk with the title “Contributing to – Why you (and your company) should publish plugins at”. […]

Password hygiene – every man’s responsibility

Everybody knows what hand hygiene is: hands are disinfected every time we enter a hospital. In the same way as germ-free hands stops diseases from spreading, password hygiene helps to prevent the misuse of credentials. Password hygiene may feel useless when the effect is not immediately visible, but it is never the less very important […]

Host your private cloud easily using ownCloud

Would you like to have the easy of use of cloud storage and file syncing but without the trust issues or costs that come with using public cloud services? Do you like Dropbox but hesitate to use it? What you might be looking for is OwnCloud, the open source software you can run to host […]

Open source for office workers

Open source software is great and it’s not only great for developers who can code and use the source directly. Open source is a philosophy. Open source is for technology like what democracy is for society: it isn’t magically superior right away, but it enables a process which over time leads to best results – […]

Top 8 features and priorities for company websites in 2014

What makes a good website in 2014? Here are the top 8 most important priorities a business website must have to be successful and competitive today. 1. Responsive design The share of mobile devices is growing all the time so websites are required to work on devices of all sizes. Responsive design means that the […]

Seravo salad spring 2014 schedule

Seravo salad is a monthly event where we discuss relevant subjects related to open source and the Internet, while the attendees enjoy a healthy salad lunch. The event is organized in cooperation with Hub Tampere. This tradition started during the autum of 2013 and the presentations so far have been about our customer cases, social […]

6 reasons to learn JavaScript

Presentation held at Happy Hacking Day 2013 at Haaga-Helia in Helsinki, Finland. In a nutshell, the six reasons to learn JavaScript are that it is: easy: JS is a high-level language where things like type setting and compiling is done automatically, so it suits even people with no previous programming experience. versatile: JS is multi-paradigm […]

Git training with Devaamo

On November 28th Otto Kekäläinen of Seravo ran a Git training session on request by the Tampere-based developer community Devaamo ry. Git is great revision management system authored by Linus Torvalds, and in last two years its popularity has exploded because it is so great, but certainly not because it would be easy to use, so there […]

The fastest web server in the world?

Speed matters. Over and over research shows that when the speed of a website increases, the activity of users increase. Even if the changes are small, like a half second, and users are perhaps not conscious about it, users will view the overall experience as better. Besides website popularity, high-speed websites are also capable of handling more […]

Avoid failure of e-service development by using open source

In May 2012 I (Otto Kekäläinen) attended an internal event by the Ministry of Employment and Economy that was intended for officials working within the branch. There where two outsider speakers, and the second was Pasi Mäkinen of Microsoft Finland. Avoimen lähdekoodin ratkaisut palvelujen kehittämisessä (2012-05-29) from Otto Kekäläinen In my presentation (in Finnish, available […]