The Future of Power Generation with Richard Campbell and Matt Goldman
Matt Goldman discusses the future of energy with Richard Campbell. They cover various technologies involved in energy production.
Discover Your Digital Twin with Priyanka Shah and JK | NDC Sydney 2022
A digital twin is a virtual model that accurately reflects a physical object. Attached sensors on the physical object, produce data, such as energy output, temperature, weather conditions and more.
Augmented reality and the future of devices with Richard Campbell and Ulysses Maclaren
Phones have ruled our digital experience for over a decade. But where will we go for information and how will we expect it to be delivered?
Building inclusion into organisations with Sammy Herbert and Penny Walker | NDC Sydney 2022
This session will cover Sammy’s 3-year journey of starting in a small company and building it to become a multi-award winning organisation
The remote revolution with Richard Campbell and Ulysses Maclaren
After COVID the world was forced to exist remotely. Will it be the way all companies move forward into the future of business?
Cost cutting with Power Apps and development strategies with Richard Campbell and Ulysses Maclaren
Can we save costs and future proof our products? Let’s use Power Apps and new development strategies.
Running a world class event with Jakob Bradford and Adam Cogan at NDC Sydney 2022
Running events is a challenge. And making sure your speakers and attendees are happy is an even bigger task. Adam and Jakob discuss keeping conferences interesting and adding value to future events.
The future of App modernization with Richard Campbell and Ulysses Maclaren
App modernisation can be daunting task and could include unnecessary technical debt. Let’s find out how we can navigate the future.
Innovation in a post COVID-19 World with Dr. Joe Perez and Penny Walker | NDC Sydney 2022
Renaissance philosopher and writer Machiavelli has been quoted as saying, “I’m not interested in preserving the status quo; I want to overthrow it.” The importance of respecting personal space and practicing impeccable hygiene aren’t the only lessons learned from COVID-19.