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37 minutes | Apr 19, 2022
The Power of Digital Twins: How They're Transforming Businesses and Lives
Welcome to the ARQ Tech Cast where we’ll lean on industry experts to help you navigate the broad ecosystem that is technology and provide actionable guidance. Throughout this podcast series, we will take you on a guided journey through world of tech, with subject matter experts and special guests, discussing global insights, impactful and innovative solutions applied locally.
25 minutes | May 21, 2020
Iso ArqLyfe as a Business Analyst
The New Normal. A term coined after the financial crisis in 2008 and now liberally used to describe what life is becoming as we emerge from the Covid19 pandemic. What does this actually mean for day to day work? I chat with Melissa Khim, Senior Business Analyst in our Brisbane office, about what the new normal means for her, how she now engages in her role with clients and what she misses about working life in the office.
27 minutes | Apr 10, 2020
Working From Home the Arq way
As we all adjust to this globally new way of working, we pulled a few members of the team together to talk about their experiences operating within what is becoming the new normal. Join, Paul Motion, Mark Airs & James Litjens as they discuss some of the challenges they've experienced as well as some things they've learned about adjusting along the journey. There might even be a few tips and tricks on how to embrace the change and make it work for you. Oh, and they talk about staring at the top of people's heads......
34 minutes | Jan 6, 2020
Leadership in the new decade
What does Leadership mean to you? Join our host, Paul Motion, as he chats with the Arq Group CEO, Tristan Sternson, CMO, Annie Mackin and Shared Services Project Manger, Brittany Pedersen, about Leadership, the different flavours, our experiences and what our panel think makes a great leader as we move into the new decade.
67 minutes | Sep 30, 2019
All the Experiences
Designing the customer experience (CX) and user experience (UX) requires a customer-centric mindset...but the challenge is experience is always subjective. Listen to the team discuss what is experience, why it is so important, how to measure, and how to improve your customer's interactions with your organisation.
44 minutes | Jul 12, 2019
What we liked from Apple's WWDC 2019
Themed “Write code. Blow minds”, this year's WWDC did just that for our Software Developer Simon, who was on the ground in San Francisco for the announcements. Paul chatted with Simon, unpacking the latest updates and exploring the benefits for Developers but more importantly, the positive impacts for the end-user.
28 minutes | Jun 5, 2019
What's next? Recap and analysis of Google I/O 2019 highlights
Freshly back from Google IO, Suhas is chatting with Paul, covering all the announcements you need to know and their potential impact. AI, ML, AR and computer vision were a big focus. Coupled with the imminent launch of 5G, developers will be bringing more accessible, responsive and seamless experiences to the user’s every day.
50 minutes | Feb 26, 2019
Ethics in Tech
2019 has hit with a bang and the various trends in tech sites have started publishing their predictions for what’s in store for the coming year. In this episode of the Arqcast we focus on Ethics in the technology sector and what this could mean for our industry. From the implementation of GDPR in 2018 to the focus on data mining and usage across the world. Could the ethical development of software drive the shape of tech giants to come? Join host Paul Motion with guests Flora Wang & Stuart Cruickshank as we dig into this and many more of the curly issues around ethics, what it means to be accountable, and how people and businesses will need to start taking responsibility for their actions.
45 minutes | Jan 2, 2019
Designing for AR
Augmented Reality has really started to take off, with new AR apps capturing the attention of both users and brands wanting to explore this new experience. But it's still early days for AR, and without established design patterns and interaction styles, designing for AR feels a lot like guesswork. In this episode, Paul is joined by Ryan, Jack, and Maisy to talk about what we've learned from our experience designing in AR so far. What are the challenges with user testing? How can we onboard first-time users to the technology? And where do we see AR going in the future?
60 minutes | Dec 10, 2018
GDG Dev Fest Download
We were excited to have some of our awesome devs presenting their work at this year's GDG Dev Fest! In this episode, we're joined by Ryan, Konrad, and Anki to talk about the Wayfinder project we presented at Dev Fest, which uses Augmented Reality to solve indoor navigation problems. Ryan also gives us a download on some of the other talks and presentations he heard, and Anki talks about gender representation at tech conferences. Finally, Pete Collins joins us for a new segment, 'the Innovation Station', to talk about Flutter.
52 minutes | Oct 9, 2018
iOS12, iPhone Xs, and Apple's new direction
In this episode, we discuss the latest Apple releases, from iOS12 to the Watch Series 4. With a new focus on digital health and heavy investment in AR, what do these latest updates say about Apple's new direction?
30 minutes | Sep 26, 2018
#Arqathon: Winners' Circle
This episode we're joined by the two winning teams from the Melbourne #Arqathon to talk about the inspiration for their projects, and how they worked together to develop a winning solution.
69 minutes | Sep 11, 2018
Live from the #Arqathon: Part 2
This is the second episode recorded live at our first company-wide hackathon. The #Arqathon (as we've dubbed it) took place Friday 24th August 2018, with 300 people participating across the country. Our theme was travel, and our teams were challenged to come up with creative solutions to real-world travel problems. In this episode, hosts Paul and Chris talk to the teams in Melbourne and find out what the #Arqathon is all about. What's the purpose of a hackathon? Why did we pick travel as a theme? Who will be crowned the inaugurl #Arqathon winner? Who has the best hat? Tune in to find out...
52 minutes | Sep 4, 2018
Live from the #Arqathon: Part 1
We're excited to announce that Outware is now part of Arq Group! Arq Group creates unforgettable experiences, solves complex challenges, and provides seamless, end-to-end solutions for businesses large and small. Today we're bringing you the first episode of the new 'Arqcast' – and what better way to kick off a new podcast than with a live recording from our first company-wide hackathon! The #Arqathon (as we've dubbed it) took place Friday 24th August 2018, with 300 people participating across the country. Our theme was travel, and our teams were challenged to come up with creative solutions to real-world travel problems. In this episode, hosts Paul and Chris talk to the teams in Melbourne and find out what the #Arqathon is all about. What's the purpose of a hackathon? Why did we pick travel as a theme? Who will be crowned the inaugural #Arqathon winner? Who has the best hat? Tune in to find out...
46 minutes | Nov 20, 2017
v5.05 S#%&! The Project's Changed Again! (Project Change is Inevitable)
Project change is inevitable, but how should we deal with it? Is it better to have no plan, only one plan or a constantly evolving plan? James Litjens, Paul Motion, Todd Michael and Kamal Kamal Mohamed discuss being responsive to change plus some of the most unimaginable changes they've experienced (spoiler alert: motorcycle accidents).
32 minutes | Nov 6, 2017
v5.04 Is Swift Ready for Prime Time?
What are the advantages of using swift when developing enterprise apps? In this episode, four of our iOS devs talk about the pros and cons of Swift and unpack some of the developer problems that it solves.
26 minutes | Oct 23, 2017
v5.03 Melbourne IT Hackathon: Empowering Communities Through Finance
Technology holds the potential to dramatically improve both individual lives and society as a whole. That's why, for this year's Melbourne IT Hackathon, we chose the theme 'Empowering Communities Through Finance'. Our teams were challenged to create projects that used financial services tools and platforms to create a more equitable, just, and empowered society. In this episode, Kent, our resident podcaster, interviews some of our Hackathon participants about their projects and the innovative ways they're bringing their ideas to life.
39 minutes | Sep 27, 2017
v5.02 Women in Tech
Gender diversity in tech has been a hot topic this year. Recorded back in March, this podcast brings together four of our female gender diversity champions to discuss some of the issues women face in the tech industry in Australia, and what individuals and organisations can do to mitigate these issues and improve gender diversity in tech.
50 minutes | Sep 15, 2017
V5.01 The Future According to Google: AI, AR, and Kotlin
In this episode, we recap some of the key announcements from Google this year, from Google Lens, Kotlin, and a renewed focus on AI. How these will impact the workflow of Android developers and what we can build for our clients?
27 minutes | Jul 20, 2016
v4.02 Citizenship in the Mobile Age feat. Code for Australia (Pt2)
This episode is the second in our two part series about ‘Citizenship in the Mobile Age’. We talk about how Government has changed its approach to digital in response to the rise of mobile. What are some of the differences between how people access government services on desktop versus mobile? What are some of the challenges that this has presented and what are some of the opportunities for this space? Panel: Lucia Vuong (Marketing Manager, Outware Mobile), Alvaro Maz (Managing Director and Co-Founder, Code for Australia), Tam Shepherd (Chief Digital Officer, Department of Human Services, Commonwealth Government), and Jon Cumming (Chief Digital Officer, ACT Government).
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