He’s born and raised in the city that holds the Fieldly Headquarter, Malmö, and has recently returned after having started up a new division of his former employer’s company in Oslo, Norway. His name is Victor Battisti and sales is his thing.
Born and raised in the western part of Sweden, just outside of Sweden’s second largest city, Gothenburg, Johan Risenfors shares accents with the elevator voice at his new office building in Malmö. Rumoured to be very humble, nice and smart it’s time to take a closer look at our latest recruit. Who is he, really?
This week Fieldly had the pleasure of taking part in the London Tech Week, London's largest crowdsourced festival of tech and innovation. Bringing together 55,000 attendees, the Tech Week is made up of hundreds of events taking place all over the city.
March 8 marks the International Women's Day all around the world. It's a day for acknowledging the 49,55 percentof the world's population that are women and the conditions they face, in the workplace and in life in general.
Rails Girls is an international phenomenon. Founded in Finland in 2010, by Linda Liukas and Karri Saarinen, the programming workshop has become a globally established success. All around the world workshops are being held teaching women how to code, using the framework of Ruby on Rails. “Opening up IT to women and women to IT”, is the expressed goal of the non-profit organization.
A Meetup is an informal meeting or gathering, and that is exactly what took place in the steep hills of the Hungarian capital of Budapest. For almost an entire week our normally geographically decentralized team members came together in a spacious villa for workshops and the exchange of perspectives. Thinking about arranging a Meetup or 'workaway' yourself?
Magda Malinowska is one of two (!) people named Magda that make up the members of Team Fieldly. This Magda was born in Warsaw, a city she still calls home, and got her university degree in Mechatronics at the Warsaw University of Technology. Her Master’s thesis focused on eye-safe lasers and she spent one semester in Norway specializing in nanophotonics and solid state physics.
Fieldly CTO Tomasz Warkocki introduced recent recruit Mikołaj Grzyb to Fieldly during one of their casual conversations. The Frontend developer was convinced the Swedish project management company was a good fit for him and the rest is history.