Ron Rangaiya
Jun 20, 2022
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Optimizely Sydney Meetup - 23rd June

Calling all Optimizers in Sydney for an in-person meetup!

In-person developer meetup is back again in Sydney after a long hiatus. Thanks to Optimizely for organising the event.

It's a fun packed agenda with several speakers including Steven and Thomas from Optimizely, Matthew from Sudo Roux and myself, exploring a range of interesting topics and demos. Come and enjoy a night of networking with your fellow Optimizers - there will be food and beverages.

When

23rd June 5pm - 8pm

Where

The Arthouse Hotel, 275 Pitt Street, Sydney

Session 1

  • Defining a Strategy for an eCommerce implementation (Matthew Sayer, Sudo Roux)
  • Increase velocity and developer productivity using Feature Flags (Steven Croft, Optimizely)

Session 2

  • Introduction to Data Core Services and Platform (Ronil Rangaiya, Empired)
  • Unlocking the power of real-time segments for personalization and experimentation (Thomas Gattringer, Optimizely)

Hope to see all Optimizely enthusiasts there!

This is a free event however registration is mandatory

Register here!

Jun 20, 2022

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