Not sure if a bug or a feature

I’ll do my best to update this page with any interesting pieces of tech I’ve ever done. I’ll do it at some point. Eventually.


This is a work in progress. Right now it only contains things I did in the early 2000s or so.

Latest public projects

Most of the stuff I’ve done after the early 2000s has been related to Azure/Office365. I’ve built a few Twitter bots, too. Some examples you can find from my GitHub profile, and I’ll be publishing new stuff there every now and then, too.

Alumni Registry for Ähtäri High School

I think this ended up being my most complicated, from-scratch PHP solution. Developed and implemented during summer months of… I don’t know, 2009? Taught me a lot about PHP and actual software projects – it sure was more complicated than just building a “normal” web page.

Unnamed CMS

I got weary of having to implement websites from zero, so I developed a solution. Using PHP, I developed a pretty simple CMS, that could read either text files (and it had a built-in editor for them in the browser), or doc-files, since some of my customers wanted to upload documents directly from Word.

That was all back in 2005 (roughly), and I finally decommissioned 2 of the 3 last sites in 2016. As of 2017, there’s still at least one site still running my good old CMS…

That’s honestly kind of scary.

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Antti Koskela is a proud digital native nomadic millenial full stack developer (is that enough funny buzzwords? That's definitely enough funny buzzwords!), who works as a Solutions Architect for Valo Intranet, the product that will make you fall in love with your intranet. Working with the global partner network, he's responsible for the success of Valo deployments happening all around the world. He's been a developer from 2004 (starting with PHP and Java), and he's been bending and twisting SharePoint into different shapes since MOSS. Nowadays he's not only working on SharePoint, but also on .NET projects, Azure, Office 365 and a lot of other stuff.This is his personal professional (professional, but definitely personal) blog.