I took Jeff Atwodd’s advice and watched Ed Catmull of Pixar: “Keep your crises small”. A presentation about lessons learned from successes and crises at Pixar. A central quote: If you give a good idea to a mediocre group, they’ll screw it up. If you give a mediocre idea to a good group, they’ll fix […]
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Today I did an internal presentation on how we used Cucumber as testing framework on several recent occasions. The presentation was held in our usual Capgemini SmartLunch format: People can eat and learn in their lunchbreak. External visitors are welcome. Duration 30-45 minutes including questions. pres 2010-04-27-cucumber (573KB pdf format) pres 2010-04-27-cucumber.key (782KB keynote format)
Christian Dalager and I did an internal Capgemini SmartLunch presentation about REST interfaces in the public Danish sector. REST interface is great news for those in favor of easy-to-integrate, scalable SOA interfaces, and REST services is actually used more than SOAP, XMLRPC, etc. in companies offering multiple interfaces to their data (Amazon, Yahoo, Google, Ebay, […]
Jakob Scmidt Sørensen made an edited boiled down of his Internal Capgemini Scrum Presentation. Thanks Jakob! The entire 38 minutes presentation is in Danish As a side note, we had quite some traffic from the Danish blog “Version 2” where Rasmus Knippel (an ex capgemini colleague) wrote about the video. Rasmus found it quite unique […]
If you understand Danish, then this internal presentation might be something for you. Capgemini Denmark lunchbag session explaining “What is Scrum”, “how to Scrum”, “Why Scrum”, recorded Friday March 7th. Presenter is my colleague Jakob Schmidt Sørensen, Capgemini Denmark. He asked me to help him out keep track of time and draw the burndown chart […]
For the last days, Mads and myself have been working hard on our RailsConf presentation Tuesday next week.
At the presentation we will introduce a Ruby on Rails plugin that can create the foundation for a local Rails app based on forms scraped from a remote application. In our case, an internal application used for timereporting in Capgemini.
Just a short note that I just published my first notes from the RailsConf keynote presentations. RailsConf ends tomorrow, Friday, and I expect that more notes will show up on our Rails related website: copenhagen.rb Copenhagenrb.dk: Railsconf Europe Session overview Technorati Tags: railsconf, notes, presentations
This morning we’re speaking in about corporate weblogs in Copenhagen, Denmark. It’s hosted by the Danish IT Industry Association, and We’ll be speaking on the experiences with this blog and how it relates to our jobs at Capgemini. The presentation is in Danish. More info on previous blog post “Speaking on Corporate Weblogging event“. Powerpoint […]
Today is the time for my ten minute presentation at Reboot. I have ten minutes between 16.45 and 17.30 to give my talk. Topic: Prototype driven development with Ruby on Rails, and demo of the application we made at Capgemini with the Danish public Agency of Companies and Commerce. Presentation (Powerpoint format) for download here: […]
June 13, Thomas and I are invited to speak at an event about corporate weblogs in Copenhagen, Denmark. It’s hosted by the Danish IT Industry Association, and We’ll be speaking on the experiences with this blog and how it relates to our jobs at Capgemini. Also, there will be a chance to hear Thomas Madsen-Mygdal, […]