Author: Maarten

Going final

As I mentioned in a few posts, both earlier, I was and still am about to release the documents we created during our seminar. This day, it is just that time! XML Guide – Basics for understanding XBRL – v1.0 The Definitive XBRL Guide v1.0 OWL Guide – A complete overview v0.5 Note that, in an attempt to re-enact total

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Drawing an early conclusion

Wow, that was quick! Only a few short hours after I sent the email I mentioned to E&Y, I already got an answer: I was the first one to notice the lacking of some pages. They immediately sent me (in PDF) the concerned chapters and I’m feeling happy with my (now complete) XBRL book. Thanks for the swift reply E&Y!

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Minor updates on the blog

After some patient work with my favorite photo-editing program, I’ve finally come to an acceptable and well cropped set of photos to show as header on this very blog. They say all good comes in threefold; I’ve doubled that number: there’s six new header images to gleam upon. I’m always open for comments and very proud to say all displayed

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Feeling flabbergasted

Until now I’ve never had a good feeling when talking about ‘the corporations’ when it comes to IT consulting companies. I’ve always had the impression they were only after the money, and nothing else mattered. Until this week that is. During my seminar, our professor handed out a copy of a chapter of a little book written by an accountant

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The wednesday came to an end

Yeah right, me trying to convince myself we’d be finished today with the XBRL-stuff. Most definately not working this way. Tomorrow we have to attend another class which also guarantees us with enough work, and after that I’ve got to go to work. So very little will be done regarding school I guess… Oh well, there’s always tomorrow

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Finally, some action over here!

As of today, which is Wednesday over at my biological clock; however I’m still awake since Tuesday, I’ll be posting regular updates on one of my classes this trimester. It’s the “Seminar” at which we were asked to study a big task, converting an XBRL-document into an OWL-document. Therefore, we were asked to create several documents to enhance our knowledge

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