Summer Internship 2018

Internship
Our colleagues  Cezara Moldovan, Alexandra Pop, Raluca Georgiana Albuș and Liliana Pîrv  formerly interns of  UMT Software`s Summer Internship 2018 shared with us their experience during this exciting journey. It was not an easy one, but they were not alone...
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UMTSoftware coffee cup collection

Events
Has it ever crossed your mind to rethink creativity as a skill, not a talent?   We encourage you to train it! It turns out that if you are open to experience, it is highly possible to do just...
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How to speed your learning process with a Community of Practice (CoP)

Events, Internship
If you followed us during our Internship Summer 2019 campaign, then you are familiar with the material we have chosen for the UBB Workshop and the UTCN JobShop. What was particularly tough about it is that we took this...
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Creating a dropdown menu in a SharePoint Online ribbon with JavaScript

Code Samples, SharePoint, SharePoint Apps
This article will explain how you can add a new Dropdown to the SharePoint Ribbon using JavaScript only. This script was developed and tested by adding the “.js” file containing all the bellow code to a content editor webpart...
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project online psi

How-to: Project Online PSI (part 2)

Code Samples, Office 365, Project Server, Tools
A while ago I wrote a tutorial on how to use the old style Project Server Interfaces (PSI) with Project Online. In the meantime the Project Online team deprecated a few PSI interfaces, but some others are still available. The...
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UMT Software's 2016 Christmas Party

UMT Software’s team parties the Christmas away in a Winter Wonderland

Events
We don’t need much to get a party going. All we need is good music, high spirits and fine people to hang with aka our entire team. But we still appreciate all the little things that make a Christmas...
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25 Christmas gifts for programmers and IT people

Events
Christmas gifts for programmers tend to be quite a headache. Most programming illiterates have such a distorted image of the code gods that their well intended presents end up being completely obsolete, useless, misguided or plain offending. Offering a red...
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