GraphQL

In this podcast, Greenbird software engineers share their insights on user experience and utilising GraphQL to handle Big Data Queries for utilities. Andreas Stræte and Truls Hamborg discuss the key to excellent user interface design and the technologies that enable success.

  • Why utilities need to deliver a modern user experience
  • What is needed to build a good user interface
  • How to handle big data to create value
  • Steps to take when building modern user interfaces
  • Tips and technologies to get you started

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More episodes

Episode 1: Why Podcast

Episode 2: iPaaS and the future of computing

Episode 3: Energy utility trends update from Asian Utility Week 2019 (with China Light & Power)

Episode 4: The Role of Data Science in the Energy sector today (with Powel)

Episode 5: Trends in the European Energy sector

Episode 6: Importance of Data in tomorrow’s Energy Landscape

Episode 7: The Agile Utility (Experiences from EnBW)

Episode 8: How Enterprise Architecture is driving the Energy Transition

Episode 9: The Future for Digital Integration Platforms: A new Architecture for Innovation

Episode 10: DSO 2.0. How new regulations in Germany affect Digital Transformation

Episode 11: Emerging platform business models disrupting utilities

Episode 12: Women in Technology

Episode 13: Big trends driving Connected Energy and the Future of Utilities

Episode 14: Data Lake Architecture: A data science perspective for utilities

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Greenbird offers out-of-the-box system integration for utilities. They are a true DevOps company, delivering unique time-to-market and reliability. Greenbird were named a Gartner ‘Cool because of their domain-specific and flexible integration capabilities, crucial for creating easy-to-consume integrated solutions.

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