Role description: Web Editor Techniques used: Tridion, HTML My first Tridion experience was in restructuring exisiting content (Italian, german, french) and importing it into Tridion. Very much a last minute effort which started one week before the go live and finished in the nick of time.
RoleDescription: Programmer (intern) Techniques used: C++, Programming patterns, Real Time Linux, Motion Control Period: 02-2002 until 06-2002 In the final phase of my first bachelors education I took part in a research project at Philips CFT. The goal was to find out whether it was possible to create Runtime Configurable Motion control using RT linux… Read More »
During my first bachelors degree I did an internship at a small but innovative company called Stentec. Stentec is a small software firm which is heavily specialized in simulation software. Their most successful product, by far, is Sail Simulator. During my internship I was given the opportunity to work on their DirectX simulation engine which makes it all possible.
Introduction to Customer Resource Management. Introduced were the different CRM suits: SAP Siebel on Demand Epiphany Siebel The differences between the different CRM suites were explained and a demonstration of the main functionality was given.
A training based on self-reflection and supplemented by soft skill sub courses: Presentation both oral and written Communication stragies Project dynamics
A Deloitte course that covers the basics of all topics concerning Custom Development and Integration: SOA architecture Business intelligence Content Management Datawarehousing
General consulting skills (Communication technique, presentation oral and written), team building and introduction to Deloitte methodology.
Content Delivery makes sure that all content you publish is delivered through the right channel to the right people, offering features such as dynamically created Web sites, personalized content delivery and tracked visitor behavior. This course is designed to teach (Tridion) Architects different strategies for implementing Tridion to best suit the needs of the organization.
This course is designed for SDL Tridion R5 programmers who need to understand and work with the product API, Object Model and product components such as Content Publishing, Deployment, Delivery and Linking.