Hand-coding is hard – and it takes a long time. Meanwhile, you’re hearing that you’re not delivering apps fast enough and your backlog keeps growing. Would you like to learn how to build enterprise-grade apps at unbeatable speed? Green Lemon Company are running a local OutSystems Jump Start workshop, hosted by Barclays Eagle Labs and we are inviting you!
You’ll get hands-on experience with the new and improved OutSystems 10, and dedicated support from our Solutions Engineers! Seats are limited (approx. 10 seats), so make sure to register fast.
What will you learn?
In this free workshop, you will learn how to rapidly develop, deploy and change enterprise-grade mobile and web applications, manage application lifecycles with one click, integrate applications with any external system, and more! The workshop includes several demos, exercises and lots of Q&A time for you to get all your questions answered. Afterwards, off to the Cafe Plenty for suitable refreshments!
Who should attend?
Due to number restrictions, we moderate the event to include:
- Web and Mobile Developers
- Technical Leaders
We hope to see you there! Join us and get to grips with the #1 low-code platform.
Please do not hesitate to let us know in advance if there are any specific types of applications or functionality that you would like to build during the day – we will endeavour to tailor the workshop to your requirements.
It is required for attendees to bring their own windows laptop (or Mac with Windows emulation) and install the OutSystems personal environment beforehand.
Barclays Eagle Labs Mission…
When society prospers, we all do.
When the communities in which we live and work thrive, we do too. At Barclays our long-term aim is to create and curate a series of products, services and co-operative partnerships that improve the lives of people in the communities which we serve, whilst providing the commercial return to our shareholders.
Eagle Labs plays a pivotal role by fostering innovation and facilitating inclusive, shared growth for all across its communities.
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