Friday, 28 August 2020 12:39

RECENT WEBINAR Rapid application development platform vendors OutSystems have announced the company’s major event for 2020, NextStep.

By OutSystems

GUEST EVENTS:  Rapid application development platform vendors OutSystems have announced the company’s major event for 2020, NextStep. It will be held online, across September 15 and 16.

The event seeks to educate participants on all aspects of app development and Digital change, supplying organisations with the knowledge and tools they need to maintain business efficiency in a rapidly changing world.

NextStep is an essential event for developers and enterprise leaders looking to maintain and further their skills, as well as meet and network with the broader OutSystems community of customers and partners.

The virtual event will feature more than fifty breakout sessions, run over thirty hours. Thirty-plus high-level speakers will present on topics ranging from first-hand digital transformation and optimisation experiences, through to the future of application delivery.

Participants can obtain certification by attending specific breakout sessions, and learn about the latest technology innovations and product capabilities. Sessions run from the basic ‘getting started with OutSystems, through to more technical, in-depth educational breakout events.

Attendees will have the chance to network with other participants, engaging directly with both OutSystems experts, partners and customers. There will also be live Q&A opportunities during sessions, and plenty of opportunities to interact with speakers, other attendees and industry figures.

Register for free.

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