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Top Picks

Introducing “Real World Low-Code: The Demo Series”

Word on the web is that OutSystems customers want to get back to the basics. We heard you loud and clear. Allow us to introduce you to our Real World Low-Code Demo Series. 5 days, 5 demos. Read on to learn more.

Perspectives

Prepare for Uncertainty: Insurance Industry Tech Priorities in 2019

Agility in development is the only way to insure that you're prepared for whatever economic weather hits next. Don't believe it? You will once you read this post.

Reinventing Modernization With Low-Code

As long as the wheels of progress turn, there will be a need to update our outdated legacy applications and systems. This blog post breaks down the history of modernizing application portfolios and explains how low-code has changed the game.

Dev Zone

How to Do DevOps With Low-Code

DevOps can help accelerate the overall lifecycle of your applications. But is DevOps possible with low-code? Find out.

How to Architect for Reuse With Low-Code

Low-code allows developers to break applications into components you can use over and over. That's called architecture for reuse, and it's explained in this blog.

People and Culture

OutSystems and CrossFit: The Power of Culture

People usually think "New year, new you" means becoming a more physically fit or finding a new job, but not both. In this blog post, CrossFit enthusiast and OutSystems quality owner Pedro Santos explains how this disruptive and effective form of fitness and our innovative and creative culture are not mutually exclusive. Resolve to explore the correlation now.

The Culture Book - Part 7: The Excel Rule

What does it mean to excel at OutSystems? In this blog post about the seventh big rule in our small culture book, Senior Account Executive Jeff Piszczek shares his definition and how it applies to sales.