Wednesday, 24 June 2015

New Notes Domino XPages Position

After a few months without a permanent employer I have, since last Monday, a new job as Notes Domino and XPages developer. My new employer per August 10 will be Kranendonk in Tiel. I am very happy that I may work at this company from August as a Notes Domino and XPages Developer (Functional Application Manager).

KRANENDONK is the robot technology centre for non-repetitive production. By implementing intelligent robot technology, KRANENDONK enables manufacturing companies to produce more efficiently and effectively. The production systems that KRANENDONK supplies are custom-build solutions that are cleverly integrated into material and data flows.
The field in which KRANENDONK operates is not bound by a product or industry, but by a production principle. Traditionally, robots are used for repetitive production. KRANENDONK’s competence lies in the opposite: realizing non-repetitive production by smart implementation of robotics. This opens a range of automation opportunities for manufacturing companies.
KRANENDONK is a Dutch company with subsidiaries in Japan and Denmark. A technology centre position is maintained by simultaneously fulfilling the roles of engineer, supplier, supporter and partner. A key part of KRANENDONK’s position is the ability to continuously work on new robot applications. It does this together with universities and other technology partners.

More information about Kranendonk

14 comments:

  1. Congrats Johnny. Very very happy for you man :)

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  2. Congrats man - glad it worked out for you :)

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    1. Thanks very much Mark. Very happy with this new opportunity.

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  3. Congratulations, looks like a cool company!

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    1. Thanks very much Howard. It is an amazing company and I am very happy that I can start working there :)

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  4. Good job getting a Xpages Job :) please shear your experience as mush as you can.
    Palmi

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    1. Thanks very much. I will keep sharing as much as possible.

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  5. Congratulations! I assume the non-repetitive robots won't be needing repeat controls? :-)

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    1. Thanks very much Mike. They certainly do not need repeat controls :)

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  6. ¡Felicidades y mucha suerte!

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