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Ciber Knowledge Carrousel 2013

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Due to the success of the previous editions, Ciber is organizing the 6th Ciber Knowledge Carrousel on November 14th. This year we offer tracks for Management, Business and IT. The parallel sessions are gathered around topics like Cloud, Core, Methods, In Memory and Mobile.  You will hear about real life stories at customer situations and new developments and innovations within IT. 15 High quality sessions presented at an inspirational location, the Orangerie, in Den Bosch. The Orangerie, a former Catholic Church is situated in the center of Den Bosch, right in the middle of its beautiful shopping district and lovely canals.

You can register for free at the Ciber site or check out the agenda first.



You can find me talking about:

  • SAP TechEd recap, together with Sven van Leuken, we will talk you through the highlights from last weeks SAP TechEd on Mobile, Cloud, In Memory and User Experience.
  • User Centered Design and Delivery, together with Louis van de Wiele, we will explain Ciber’s methodology on User Centered Design and Delivery. Prevent building applications that will not be accepted or used. With a small Design Thinking workshop you will experience the power of co-creation and co-innovation.
Hope to see you November 14.

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