Introducing collectables 1/3 - real world badges

Introducing collectables 1/3 - real world badges

  

Hello there!

There’s a chance you have already heard that our 3D printers have been hard at work creating physical assets from our online community.

Now, you may be wondering ‘what exactly are you printing in 3D?’

Well drum roll please as we introduce exclusive developer pins that will bring your badges to real life! You'll be able display your achievements at around the office, conferences, meetups and so on.

We will be sharing these pins with those attending our NextStep or ODC events, and who knows if we will roll this out to our whole community as of 2019. So even if you aren’t able to join us at one of our events subscribe this thread to keep up with the news!



Have a great weekend!

Mario

P.S. Wondering what the 1/3 stands for - subscribe this thread and keep checking back here for more details. 

Cool!

From the image it already looks great, have to start working on the badges

Nice Idea !! 

COOL!

Amazing : )

Nice :-) 

Love it! ...when virtual gets material! 

Great idea!

Great Idea! :D

Good Idea !!

Looking forward for it

Happy to subscribe for that!

Funny!

Great idea!

It's really a good Idea. Looking forward to have it soon.

Sachin

Looks good. 

Hi Mário,

Nice idea! How can we earn "Award" badge? It has only a description "sharing the awards with the group".

Cheers!

Marco Arede wrote:

Hi Mário,

Nice idea! How can we earn "Award" badge? It has only a description "sharing the awards with the group".

Cheers!

Hi Marco


access to your profile https://www.outsystems.com/profile/ProfileOverview.aspx, and in the other accomplishments session choose Award. 




Have got some badges now

Evert van der Zalm wrote:


Have got some badges now

Awesome!! Have a great event ;) 

José Lopes wrote:

Evert van der Zalm wrote:


Have got some badges now

Awesome!! Have a great event ;) 

Please share on twitter and tag @outsystems and use #lifeatoutsystems and #outsystems11 

Mário Araújo wrote:

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P.S. Wondering what the 1/3 stands for - subscribe this thread and keep checking back here for more details. 

Hi Mário,

I'm still curious, are you able to reveal to us already what the 1/3 stands for? :D

Cheers!

Awesome idea!