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Perspectives

What Is Customer Experience?

Customer experience is much more than "the customer is always right." Mariana Henriques, Product Marketing Manager for Experiences, explains to you what CX really is about and how you can improve it.

Continuous Delivery vs. Continuous Deployment: Everything You Need to Know

When talking about CI/CD, what does "CD" stands for? Check out this blog post as Product Marketing Manager Forsyth Alexander explains the difference between continuous delivery and continuous deployment—with a little help from pizza.

Dev Zone

OutSystems UI Framework: Past, Present, and Future

Launching OutSystems UI, a single UI framework for both web and mobile apps, was a very challenging process. From a developer's perspective, find out all about the past, present, and future of the framework that enables the visuals of OutSystems applications.

Low-Code CI/CD: Single-Click Publish to Single-Click Deploy

OutSystems is built on the core principle of openness and with no limits, allowing you to make the best of the enterprise-grade CI/CD tools with the ultimate goal of delivering higher quality software faster.

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.