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Monthly Update – Charpenings

25 Mar

Charpenings

February was a stressful month in regard to the sprint work. We have been working in the TAFE Support which is a bit tricky due to the time zone difference between UK, Brazil, and Australia. We’ve been investigating and fixing a bunch of bugs in different EBS areas.

But apart from the hard working it’s summer in Brazil 😀

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Monthly update… Charpenings

11 Dec

Charpenings

After two weeks Bruno came back to Brazil, carrying an extra suitcase crowded with sweets and our new mascot, Jamie.

Our team in England, Helen and Rachael have been crying every single day since Bruno left Sheffield (só que não). The time in England flew by very fast and we had great time together. Continue reading

Monthly update… Charpenings

9 Oct

Charpenings

September was a rough month for Charpenings. We’ve been working hard on the Westpac stories. Thankfully Mr. James Ward helped us a lot and we could get most of the work done. In spite of the hard work, it has been interesting working on this and the team has been learning a lot about Fees on EBS.

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Monthly update… Charpenings

11 Sep

Charpenings

August was a busy month for Charpenings. We’ve basically been working on EBS4 Client new features like Application Offers and the new Interviews module. The Interviews module is the client version of current Web interviews adding some new features.

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Monthly update… Charpenings

11 Aug

Charpenings

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July was a cold month in the south of Brazil (believe it or not we had snow here), but was especially cold for someone in the team…

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Monthly update… Charpenings

5 Jul

Charpenings

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June was a different and important month here. Our first topic is about something new in Brazil and all the word is watching.

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Monthly update… Charpenings

14 Jun

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May has started with bank holiday in Brazil. This holiday is called Labour day (Portuguese: Dia do trabalhador) an is celebrated in the first day of May. Unlike in UK we don’t move our holidays to the closest Monday. This one was celebrated on a Wednesday.

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