It turns out i could not find any public web description of the certification I took last autumn while working with Capgemini. I ended up at Level 2, which will have to meet all criteria from level 1 + the additional criteria from level 2. So for convenience i will post all details here. The […]
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As the year 2011 comes to an end, it is also time for me to quit my job, which i have had for more than a decade. Starting February 1st, i will join NineConsult, which is a Danish consultant company. I am really looking forward to this change, and it will be interesting to be […]
I have just applied for certification to become Capgemini Software Engineer level 1+2. The process had some tests and a thorough application formula where i should describe my deeds. The tests were of two formats: 10 questions in 15 minutes, and 30 questions in 40 minutes (multiple choice questions). For the tests I took, these […]
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)
This post is probably highly irrelevant unless you work at Capgemini and want to use the internal nordic applications in Firefox. Read on if you want to access systems like CTR (time reporting), Event calendar, Skills database, PDR, Project forms or similar applications in Firefox. Problem is that the systems are not accessible at all […]
Just purchased Jakob Nielsen’s new screenshot-packed “10 Best Intranets of 2009” report, which I plan to use as inspiration in my company. It might be of value to other Capgemini employees so I purchased the “site license to make copies within your organization and place on your own intranet”. Capgemini colleagues are free to contact […]
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 […]
I have recently been working with usability an internal timereporting system in Capgemini. Due to time and scope limitations, there has been focus on the “low hanging fruit”.
Here are some of the lessons learned.