I work for a software company called AppliCon. AppliCon specializes in SAP and Microsoft solutions and is based in Copenhagen (the first AppliCon office), London, Reykjavik and Stockholm.
In short, my work could be described as analyzing, designing and developing integration solutions using Microsoft BizTalk and SQL Server 2005 Integration Services. The jobtitle is says it all: Microsoft Consultant - Enterprise Application Integration. Furthermore I am certified in CRM Dynamics, Applications and CRM Dynamics, Customizations.
Current Social Activities:
Recently I got elected chairman of the house-committee at Hringbraut 37 - 41 where I own one of 24 appartments.
Born on December 10th, 1975 in Reykjavik , Iceland . Raised in Gothenburg and Reykjavik . Currently living in Reykjavik.
B.Sc (Fil. Cand.) in Computer Science (major) and Cognitive Science (minor).
I title myself as a programmer since programming and software development is what I have trained for. On my second year at the University of Skövde I realized that a B.Sc in Cognitive Science had a way to "soft" curricula. The education claimes to have much to do with software development, or at least the human-interaction part. However after competing in a software development competition, held by the telecommunication company Ericsson, I realized to my disappointment that the education I had chosen was not aligned with my expectations when it came to software development. Therefore I decided to take on two extra years and study pure computerscience (including programming, databases, object-orientation, information system development, information system engineering, systems theory and more...) and finish it of with a M.Sc. in Information Systems Development.
The study programme in cognitive science is a three year programme. Cognitive science is the science of cognitive/knowledge processing activities such as planning, perception, learning, problem solving, etc. In particular, it involves studies on how information and knowledge is represented and used in cognitive processes in human beings and in interactions between human beings and different forms of information technology.