Technology

March 31st, 2020, by
Now it is the time to let the elderly take advantage of the web

Now that public life is at a stand still and physical contact with friends and family is hardly possible, everyone is looking for each other via the internet. From now on, so-called social distancing will become distant socializing.

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March 13th, 2020, by
Does language matter?

In my previous blog I stated my learning goal for 2020: Learning (or getting a better understanding) of the Go language. Currently I'm studying various courses, and have to give huge credits to Todd McLeod for his excellent work on courses on this subject.

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January 24th, 2020, by
Quantum Computing in a Classic World

The term Quantum Computing sparks imagination about the limits of speed and the ability to simulate, optimize and predict future events. The scope of Quantum Computing inspires the marvel-like awe and anticipation as to when Marvel superhero Doctor Strange was observing future possibilities trying to predict all the different ways to defeat arguably their greatest enemy.

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December 12th, 2019, by
Predictions 2020

Its that time of year already. The blogs and websites and social media are full of experts telling us what the predictions for the next year will be. Not wanting to be left out, I did some deep thinking (I even thought of using an AI to help) and put together a list of predictions for the next twelve months.

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November 6th, 2019, by
Technology Labs podcast: Episode 3 – The state of continuous testing

Our guest in this episode is Antoine Aymer. We interviewed him about the continuous testing report that Sogeti recently published.

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October 3rd, 2019, by
Technology Labs podcast: Episode 1 – Introduction

The first episode of the technology labs is the introduction and an interview we did with Trine Balle Jensen from Lego and our CTO Michiel Boreel. The main topic is the future of play and of course some tech news items we came across.

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June 6th, 2019, by
Tech Fiesta 2019 – Hello Tomorrow – Delivering New Business Value in the Synthetic Age

Let's take a look at how the Synthetic Generation can change the future of an organization!

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May 15th, 2019, by
European Digital Transformation is in diapers?

I was on holiday last week spending time with a book titled “10 Campeones de la transformación digital: 10 Líderes Españoles”. The book is about the 10 most important Spanish Leaders of Digital Transformation who come from many different business areas; financial, technology, transport, healthcare and you can go more in deep not only for each sector, even for the global environment.

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April 16th, 2019, by
SIFER – Feedback about the 11th International Exhibition of Railway technology

Capgemini presented one of the numerous keynotes that were a feature inside SIFER. This keynote is about Virtual Reality and the Augmented Reality at the service of the verification and the validation of systems.

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February 14th, 2019, by
Building a successful Proof of Value – Part 1

Lessons from a medical devices startup that scammed Silicon Valley In the book ‘Bad Blood:: Secrecy and Lies in a…

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December 28th, 2018, by
IoTFriday E42 | Smart building compatibility. One app for all?

Combining all smart building appliances to create one seamless smart building. Whether it be for smart homes or larger scale…

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December 7th, 2018, by
IoTFriday E41 | A cheap alternative to the big IoT platforms?!

A couple of big vendors have big platforms available for IoT solutions. They are around us for a while and…

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