Outfit goes back to college!!
This time to teach a thing or two about the Outsystems platform….
As the most recent competence center of the group, and experts in a booming technology that is changing the landscape of mobile and web development; Outfit – Tailored Agile Solutions accepted this challenge and presented a workshop on “How to develop an app in 5 minutes” using the Outsystems platform.
Ricardo Real, one of our senior developers, presented the audience, comprised mostly of Computer Science and Engineering students, with a demonstration of just how quickly one can develop a fully functional application – when you have the right tools in the hands of an expert.
As a matter of fact, Ricardo managed to beat the clock on this one – the demo was supposed to take five minutes, it took him only two to get the job done….
The event took place at Universidade da Beira Interior, Covilhã.
The event comprised of two days of presentations, conferences and debates about many different topics pertinent to the IT industry, as can be seen from the poster below.
At the “backstage” of the event, with the organization – checking the systems and making sure everything is good to go.
Ricardo started his presentation by introducing our company and the Bold International group, followed by a contextualization of today´s IT landscape – and what exactly are we talking about when we say, “Low Code Revolution” and “Digital Transformation”.
Then it was time for Ricardo to roll up his sleeves and get his hands dirty – by performing a real-time demonstration on how it´s possible to build an app in five minutes using the Outsystems technology.
The demo itself took only two…
So the bulk of the presentation was going back and reviewing and explaining every step of the process, as well as showcasing different features that are available on the Outsystems platform.
From left to right: Tiago Antunes; Inês Ramos; Igor Matias and Rui Santos (Software Engineering students at UBI, members of the Núcleo de Informática da UBI and organizers of the “XXVIII Jornadas de Informática”) – and our very own Ricardo Real.
Our thanks and congratulations to this great team for organizing and promoting this event.