OpenCredo participates to the Tech Community by regularly speaking at conferences.
27 November 2021
Speaker: Ebru Cucen
Join Nicki Watt and Ebru Cucen at the Data Science Festival 2021 for their talk “Connecting the Dots: Harnessing the Power of Graphs & ML”
2 November 2021
OpenCredo Speaking & Sponsoring
Speaker: Nicki Watt
We live in a connected world where decisions and predictions about how best to operate need to take multiple factors and relationships into account. While much is being made of traditional AI and ML approaches, Graph Data Science is shaping up to become a greater key contributor to the toolbox of being able to explore and unlock more insights and accurate predictions for highly complex cases. There have also been a number of innovations over the last decade or so, and more so recently, which continues to further push new boundaries. This is what our panel will look to dive into and explore.
Joining us in this discussion is Paco Nathan, Lead OSS Committer, Advisor on AI/Data Science/Graph and Managing Partner at Derwen Inc., Dan McCreary, Distinguished Engineer from Optum, and Dr. Alessandro Negro, Chief Scientist at GraphAware.
9 July 2020
Speaker: Nicki Watt
OpenCredo and Design Thinking London are partnering to welcome you to this virtual meetup.
The evolution and importance of user experience
If you want to create solutions for your users that add real value and can be easily adopted by them, you need to truly understand their needs and involve them in the process of designing the solution.
A lot of companies have acknowledged this need to become more user-centered in the delivery of customer-facing services. However, there appears to be an untapped potential when it comes to delivering frictionless experiences for the internal users responsible for actually developing and supporting these services, i.e. the employees. Join us in this event to get insights about how OpenCredo has gone about designing, building, and operating platforms (Platform Engineering) for application development teams to use. They will be drawing attention to the importance of good user experience, in this case, Developer Experience (DevEx) as a way to help to make a positive business impact including increased productivity and reduced frustration for teams.
This meet-up will cover:
The importance of User Experience (UX) and more specifically Developer Experience (DexEx)
Practical learnings and considerations on how to apply a more user-centered approach to platform engineering