NextStep 2011 – Only one week to go!

It’s that time of the year again, and NextStep 2011 is right around the corner! This is OutSystems’ big yearly event and it will take place next week, on May 19 and 20. The OutSystems team expects to have over 500 attendees ready to network, learn and share their experience. To host the event we picked the beautiful seaside resort of Estoril.


This year main topic will be “Change at the Speed of Business – the last frontier of IT failure”, and the event will start with what will surely be a memorable keynote by Paulo Rosado, OutSystems’ CEO, that will focus on some of the hot topics of IT: the cloud, mobile, and usability.
Next, António Menezes, CEO of SATA Airlines, will share with us the secrets of how SATA managed to leapfrog its competition and will reveal the importance of IT in achieving this amazing feat. I love his session title: IT is Key and Small is Beautiful…
To finish the first day with a bang, Paulo Rosado will return to the stage with Mike Jones, OutSystems VP of Marketing, and together they’ll do the worldwide launch of the much anticipated version 6.0 of the Agile Platform!
For day two, we have two tracks filled with great presentations:
  • Transforming Your Application Delivery, a track dedicated to getting the most out of IT in application delivery
  • Cutting Edge Techniques Using the Agile Platform, a track focused on getting the most out of the Agile Platform technology
To close day two, there will be a deep dive on the Agile Platform 6.0, to show all the amazing features this new version introduces, and how they can be used to make IT even more efficient in building and changing web applications.
You can check the full agenda and register online on the NextStep website. Be sure to register quick, we’re almost out of seats!
See you there!


About the author

Rodrigo Coutinho

A member of the founder’s team, Rodrigo has a passion for web development, great products, and geeky stuff. He spends his time designing future versions of the OutSystems Platform and dreaming about the cool future of the web.

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