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Graduate Technology Day at Atos

On 18 December, the Graduate Technology Day took place in Atos’ London office. Graduate Technology Day has proven to be a popular feature of the Atos graduateprogramme. Originally just an afternoon session during their two-week induction course, the technology theme was broken out to a separate full day of activities some five years ago. Organised by Mike Smith, Chief Technology Officer, with support this year from John Hall, Head of Portfolio, and David Daly of Worldline; the day covers many aspects of IT Strategy, Architecture, Development, Innovation and indeed the various technologies that underpin the services we deliver to our clients.

Part of the fun are the “Drabbles” that the graduates write on the day. A Drabble is a short story of exactly 100 words and we have had some fantastic limericks, poems and raps (once with a beatboxing accompaniment!)

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