Passionate about solving problems or playing with puzzles?

If so, you are exactly like our tech employees in Visma. In this Advent calendar you will find a puzzle behind every door during working days and a surprise behind every weekend. There will be a random drawing of prizes at the end of the calendar. 

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Meet our tech talents 

In this last interview with our technology talents, we have talked to Hans Petter Farstad, a full-stack Senior Consultant at Visma Avento, and Tinius Alexander Lystad, Director of Cloud and Engineering in Visma. What does a typical workday look like for them, and how do they believe Visma’s tech culture differ from other companies?

Remember to also check out T. Alexander Lystad's TechTalk!

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