By Sami Merilä 11.09.2016

Few weeks ago, on a Sunday we had the first traditional Intopalo Family Fest in the office.

Instead of having *just* kids’ day, this year we invited also the spouses to see and hear what happens in the office.

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By Valtteri Luoma 15.08.2016

Welcome to the TampereJS meetup on Thursday 1st of September 2016 (a. 18:00-21:30) located at Talent Space, Satakunnankatu 18A, Tampere. This meetup is intended for hackers, sysadmins, developers, students and anyone else interested in JS.

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By Suvi Kaartinen 14.06.2016

Intopalo supports its employees also in their free time. This year Intopalo decided to pay the Pirkka Cycling event entry fee on 12.6.2016 for all its employees who wanted to participate. This is an interview one of our employees, Samppa Kaartinen, who got up early on Sunday morning to cycle for 134 kilometers.

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By Sami Merilä 31.05.2016

Welcome to the Intopalo meetup on Tuesday 7th of June 2016 (a. 14:00-16:00) located at Insinöörinkatu 41, Tampere. This meetup is intended for the software professionals who are looking to launch the next phase of their career.

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By Karoliina Hälli 21.12.2015

Christmas is the time to do good things and support great causes. Intopalo wanted to ensure more laughter, joy and delight where it is very much needed.

We are proud to announce that this year for Christmas we joined a support ring of Hospital Clowns (Sairaalaklovnit Ry).

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By Suvi Kaartinen 02.12.2015

What would a company Christmas party be without sing-alongs? This year, the Intopalo R&B Cell combined Christmas songs with raising security awareness.

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By Julia Mäkinen 20.05.2015

Last Friday was Intopalo’s Children’s day. Around thirty kids between the ages of 2 and 11 spent half a day at their parent’s work creating and playing with tech. The theme of the day was “Learning by doing and having fun while at it!”

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By Jaakko Koskenkorva 18.08.2014

The Intopalo total offspring count is almost 20, so the topic of bringing our kids to work came up naturally. But how do you introduce a bunch of kids aged between 2 and 9 to software development?

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