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      Intro to OutSystems

      Related Tags:
      • Explore the OutSystems Platform

      There is no better way to discover the OutSystems platform than by building an app yourself. This session will provide an overview of the platform’s capabilities and what it looks like to code using the OutSystems platform.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Rui Barbosa Developer Advocate at OutSystems
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      Using the Low-Code Review Component to Manage Technical Debt

      Related Tags:
      • Development

      In this session we will explore the definition of technical debt and discuss the importance of code reviews. The session will also include a live demo of the low-code review.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Pedro Abreu OutSystems Expert at Hillebrand
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      A New Generation of Styling

      Related Tags:
      • UX/UI

      In this session, we’ll discuss the various properties available with CSS—most of which are already supported in today’s browsers. As technology evolves at a breakneck pace, we’ll also be demonstrating how to implement and use the technology within your application.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Bruno Marcelino Software Engineer at OutSystems
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      Creating Real-Time Communications With Twilio and OutSystems

      Related Tags:
      • Testing & Integrations

      Last year was fraught with challenges as we needed to maintain the same level of customer service while dealing with various obstacles brought on by the pandemic. As a result, it became imperative that we design models that allowed us to integrate messaging systems, video, and call mechanisms in order to conduct meetings and appointments online. When researching communication platforms, we decided the best course of action was to develop a solution that integrated OutSystems with cloud communications platform Twilio. Join us in this session as we discuss this platform integration and how we were able to respond quickly to the challenges set before us.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Marcelo Nunes OutSystems Tech Lead at Truewind
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      Fast and Continuous Iteration: Automating Manual Processes With Workflow Builder

      Related Tags:
      • Case Studies

      How do you reduce costs considerably by creating products that automate manual processes, particularly when it comes to complex settings such as those in large organizations? Well, that’s exactly what UST accomplished with OutSystems! In this session, we'll get a detailed look into how Workflow Builder and the Case Management framework enabled UST to go to market quicker than ever and continuously iterate to build more than 50 mini apps.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Tanveer Mohammed Head of Innovation at UST
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      Delivering an Engaging Digital Experience

      Related Tags:
      • UX/UI

      Customer experience is becoming the top priority for companies undergoing a digital transformation journey. Applications require a much higher level of sophistication and aesthetic to keep users engaged with a brand. In this session, we’ll discuss how Reactive Web addresses these concerns, how the technology has evolved since its launch, and how we expect it to develop in the future.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Ricardo Alves Product Manager - UX/UI at OutSystems
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      Authentication and Authorization (Part I) + How to Debug When You’re About to Rage Quit (Part II)

      Related Tags:
      • Explore the OutSystems Platform

      Authentication is the process of matching the application user with a pre-defined set of user identification in the system. In other words, it is the process of recognizing the user’s identity. Authorization is the process of giving permission to the user to access certain resources in the app. Only the authenticated user can be authorized to access a resource. In this session, you will learn how to add authentication and manage authorization in your OutSystems applications.
      Debugging is the process of finding and reducing the number of defects in a program. Sometimes the program generates unexpected behavior and our relentless pursuit for a cure can drive us up the wall. In order to locate the cause of a defect, it is essential to understand why this behavior is generated. In this talk, Sydney Lai walks us through the principles and case studies that help us re-approach debugging with the OutSystems AI-assisted IDE.

      Part I - Authentication and Authorization by Vera Tiago
      Part II - How to Debug When You’re About to Rage Quit by Sydney Lai

      The list of speakers:
      1. Vera Tiago Developer Advocate at OutSystems
      2. Sydney Lai Developer Advocate at OutSystems
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      Building a Native Push Event Hub with Server-Sent Events (SSE)

      Related Tags:
      • Development

      Is it possible to use OutSystems to manage and send message events/notifications, by protocol and natively, without using third parties such as Firebase or OneSignal? In this session, participants will learn how to implement a simple server event hub using Server-Sent Events (SSE), and have a look at several demo apps implementing this real-time tech - Chess, Mobile Orientation/Motion driven dashboards, Notifications, etc.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Nuno Dâmaso Software Engineer at Do iT Lean
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      How to Implement a Design in OutSystems

      Related Tags:
      • UX/UI

      Creating an aesthetically pleasing application that provides a streamlined user experience often begins with a design that needs to be turned into a working theme. In the session, we'll show you the most efficient way to implement a design using OutSystems.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Kilian Croese CTO at Team Resilience
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      Enhancing the Employee Experience With OutSystems

      Related Tags:
      • Case Studies

      Reporting a sick leave or tackling onboarding processes should be a smooth experience, but in some organizations, employees have a hard time finding the information they need to conduct their daily activities—whether that’s finding the right department or a document they’re looking for. In this session, we explore how OutSystems can help by removing the obstacles that impede employee productivity so that you can help them unleash their true potential.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Olga Duarte CEO at ForTrevo
      2. Inês Vizela Pre-Sales and Business Development at ForTrevo
      3. Lasse Wilén Kristensen Partner at LPCconsulting - Experience Design
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      A Little Help From My Friends: Integrating External Code in OutSystems

      Related Tags:
      • Explore the OutSystems Platform

      For many apps, OutSystems provides everything you need to fulfill the users’ requirements. But sometimes you need a bit more. In this session, learn how you can add functionality using Forge components, external APIs, or external code and libraries.
      In this session, you’ll come away with a better understanding of the many ways that OutSystems provides extensibility and integrations, from using JavaScript libraries to leveraging C# code.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Andrew Duthie Developer Advocate at OutSystems
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      Integration Builder: A Deep Dive

      Related Tags:
      • Testing & Integration

      "In this session, we’ll be demonstrating how the OutSystems Integration Builder can be used to create an application that uses data from Salesforce, SAP, SharePoint, or Dataverse in mere minutes.
      We’ll also dive into the architecture of the Integration Builder, its requirements, limitations, and how the applications it creates fit into the standard OutSystems architecture."

      The list of speakers:
      1. João Ventura Abreu Lead Software Engineer at OutSystems
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      Coexistence with External Master Data

      Related Tags:
      • Development

      This session will focus on the challenges of including external core entities into the OutSystems application core modules. We will demonstrate how to implement different patterns to sync, as well as how to include external core entities, to ensure the best performance and transparency on consumer applications.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Jorge Fonte Solutions Architect at Do IT Lean
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      Build Your Processes With OutSystems and Take Advantage of the Latest Case Management Capabilities

      Related Tags:
      • Data & Processes

      The need to create new and optimized processes is increasingly important in today’s digital business, as well as being able to improve process efficiency and easily adapt to continuous market changes and business demands. In this session, we’ll discuss the ways you can leverage BPT and the OutSystems Case Management framework to build process patterns that can be mapped out to your application needs.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Solange Ferreira Product Manager at OutSystems
      2. Pedro Saraiva Engineer at OutSystems
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      Making a More Citizen-Friendly City With OutSystems

      Related Tags:
      • Case Studies

      A digital administration platform powered by OutSystems is helping improve the interactions between the administration of a southern German city and its citizens. Optimizing city administration processes has also helped serve the population by making services more accessible online. However, one of the most interesting aspects is how the applications are built: Depending on complexity, they’re delivered by specialists or by employees of the municipality. In this session, we’ll show you how it all works.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Lars Klein Managing Director at S&D Software nach Maß GmbH
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      Programming as a Form of Art

      Related Tags:
      • Community

      What is art? When proposed, this age-old question usually pertains to one’s interpretation of a painting or a sculpture, but what is art as it pertains to the IT world? Or better yet, what is art in our day-to-day work? In this session, we’ll explore the meaning of art in programming. Not only in its form and shape, but also in what it conveys.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Rúben Gonçalves Freelancer at TECHRUG
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      Multi-Language Best Practices

      Related Tags:
      • Lightning Talks

      Multi-language is almost a mandatory requirement for most programming projects. OutSystems supports multi-language, but in this session you will learn the most common pitfalls and best practices when applying multi-language capabilities.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Rui Félix Systems Architect & COO at OSQuay
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      Changing Lives: An App for Cancer Advocacy in Africa

      Related Tags:
      • Apps Making a Difference

      The Nelson Mandela University Center for Community Technologies in South Africa needed a solution to help people from rural regions learn more about cancer and its symptoms, as well as something to address the common fears and stigma surrounding the disease. Join us as we explore the solution that the Everis Social Reload team developed in response. The app they created has a visual, intuitive, easy-to-understand user interface that uses gamification components with off-line capabilities, multi-language options, and text-to-speech features, making it an exemplary no-limits app build.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Darelle Van Greunen Distinguished Professor and Director at Nelson Mandela University
      2. Helena Lameiro OutSystems Senior Consultant at Everis NTT DATA
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      To-Do List Goes PWA

      Related Tags:
      • Lightning Talks

      Your first OutSystems mobile app was probably the To-Do list. Now we present to you Google Tasks as a PWA!
      We’ll show you how to authenticate and integrate with Google as well as with the magic of PWA. You’ll be able to use this app on the browser, on your phone, or even as an app on your computer! As a bonus, you’ll also learn a scaffolding method for creating all methods at once while consuming a REST API. Let’s learn while helping ourselves get more organized!

      The list of speakers:
      1. Luis Monteiro Tech Lead at Noesis
      2. José Pedro Proença Senior Consultant at Noesis
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      The Pandemic and IoT: How a Global Health Crisis Created Opportunities for Applying Day-to-Day Technology to Help Triage Patients

      Related Tags:
      • Apps Making a Difference

      When people started to become infected with COVID-19, there was an immediate need to know who was infected. So, what could be done to help with the triage process? Using OutSystems and its ability to quickly integrate with several technologies, learn how a mobile application was created and integrated with a thermal cam to provide an efficient and affordable way to triage patients.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Pedro Coelho OutSystems MVP and Enterprise Architect at Truewind
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      Adapt and Overcome: A Developer and Ex-Naval Officer’s Guide to Team Management and Agile Deliveries

      Related Tags:
      • Community

      One of the consequences of a rapidly changing business and IT ecosystem is the creation of complex scenarios with multiple demands and stakeholders. This requires a paradigm shift in team management, which must include decentralized leadership.
      This session will explore team management and decision-making situations during a NATO naval training exercise, which have significant relevance for delivery teams facing uncertainty, complex scenarios, and high-stakes situations.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Tiago Rodrigues Lead Consultant at Outfit
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      Fear of the Arch: Tools for Success

      Related Tags:
      • Lightning Talks

      This session will provide a brief overview of the must-have tools for all architects. We’ll explore the components, methodologies, and patterns that all software architects should use across OutSystems projects in all stages of development—from analysis to delivery.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Fábio Fantato OutSystems MVP and Architect at Do iT Lean
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      Tackling UX Debt

      Related Tags:
      • Lightning Talks

      We’ve all heard of technical debt, but what about UX debt? Do you know what it is or what you can do about it? In this session, we’ll show you how to tell if an app has UX debt and how you can prevent it from crippling your users’ experience from day one.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Filipa Jervis OutSystems Head of UX/UI
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      Engaging with the OutSystems Community

      Related Tags:
      • Community

      Are you new to OutSystems, or hoping to learn more about what’s out there? Come and hear from a community MVP on all the different ways to engage with the OutSystems community, including through forums, OutSystems user groups, and more!

      The list of speakers:
      1. Craig St. Jean Director of OutSystems CoE at Netlink Software Pvt. Ltd.
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      Get Sheet Done: Turn Spreadsheets Into Powerful APIs to Rapidly Develop Prototypes, Websites, Apps, and More

      Related Tags:
      • Lightning Talks

      Join us in this session as we explore “Get Sheet Done,” which is a product built with the OutSystems platform that easily turns spreadsheets into powerful APIs to rapidly develop prototypes, websites, apps, and more. It can also turn your spreadsheet into a RESTful JSON API, meaning you can get data in and out of your spreadsheet using simple HTTP requests and URLs, and it works with pretty much anything. If it connects to the Internet, it works with Get Sheet Done!

      The list of speakers:
      1. Miguel Antunes Solutions Architect at Do iT Lean
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      Resilient Integrations: Circuit Breakers Explained

      Related Tags:
      • Lightning Talks

      OutSystems can integrate with anything, but what happens when the integrations stop working or start to misbehave? In this session, we will explain the value of the circuit breaker pattern and show you how to apply it based on some real-life examples.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Vicky Mekes OutSystems Developer at Team Resilience
      2. Kilian Croese CTO at Team Resilience
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      UI and Front-end Development

      Related Tags:
      • Explore the OutSystems Platform

      Front-end development can be daunting for a lot of developers. In this session, we’ll go through the journey of implementing templates, themes, and a few customizations in an OutSystems app. Along the way, we’ll take a deep dive into how OutSystems helps with front-end development. Join Cristiana to learn the tools and resources that can help you be more productive—from getting started with style guides, themes, and architecture, to using OutSystems UI patterns together and customizing them.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Cristiana Umbelino Developer Advocate at OutSystems
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      Storytelling with Data Visualization

      Related Tags:
      • Data & Processes

      In the age of data proliferation, it has become more important to find the best way to display the information (whether using charts, tables, or grids) so that your message can be clearly understood. This session will focus on some practices of data visualization and ways that OutSystems components can help. It will also provide an opportunity to see data visualization applied in a demo with real-world examples using OutSystems code.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Bruno Martinho Team Lead - Engineering at OutSystems
      2. Tiago Pereira Software Engineer at OutSystems
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      How to Create Custom JavaScript Objects

      Related Tags:
      • Front-End

      Imagine a client asks you to create a pattern that could validate a credit card number, which type of credit card it is, the CVV length, and the mask number that could be used to show it. In this session, we’ll learn how to create a JavaScript object that does this all for us, so that we can trigger its methods and use the returned values to end with a clear, scalable, and maintainable code.

      The list of speakers:
      1. José Rio OutSystems Developer
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      CX: Easily Add Communication and Security to Your Workflow in 2021

      Related Tags:
      • Development
      Sponsored by:
      1. Sponsor Vonage Logo

      Now that most of the world has gone remote, many processes require developers to add communications to the workflows. In this session, we’ll offer practical tips on how you can easily add two-factor authentication and SMS, voice, and video to your application or workflow.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Rick Pfleger Solutions Strategy at Vonage
      Sponsored by:
      1. Sponsor Vonage Logo
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      Hacking the Team Resilience Bank: Things to Be Aware of When Creating a Secure Mobile or Reactive App

      Related Tags:
      • Development

      When creating mission-critical applications, security is of utmost importance. The OutSystems platform already provides enterprise-grade security, but it needs to be used in a proper way. In this session, we will highlight some of the things you need to be aware of when creating secure mobile and reactive apps. As an example, we’ve prepared a mobile banking application that’s been built with some intentional security flaws in order to illustrate how they can be easily exploited by an attacker.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Kilian Croese CTO at Team Resilience
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      Building Frameworks: From Concept to Completion

      In this session, we’ll do a deep dive into the importance of addressing certain concepts like code granularity, and architecture, in order to create useful, future-proof and coherent frameworks that deliver the best possible developer experience.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Rúben Gonçalves Code and Experiences Crafter at Freelancer
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      REST Services

      Related Tags:
      • Explore the OutSystems Platform

      REST APIs quickly became the de facto standard for system integrations. Fast, reliable, and simple to implement, today REST is used by many applications to exchange information.
      In this session, Rui will show you how the platform handles REST—both from consuming and exposing perspectives.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Rui Barbosa Developer Advocate at OutSystems
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      Top AWS Services That Will Make Your Apps Pop

      Related Tags:
      • Development
      Sponsored by:
      1. Sponsor AWS Logo

      So, you found the perfect service for your app on the AWS Cloud Products list, but it isn’t available in OutSystems Forge. Are you struggling with knowing how to start building? If so, join us in this session for a discussion on how to get started and learn more about the top AWS Services that will make your apps pop.

      The list of speakers:
      1. André Cigarro Matos Solutions Architect at AWS Portugal
      Sponsored by:
      1. Sponsor AWS Logo
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      How Can We Accelerate Automation Tests Using the OutSystems Standards?

      Related Tags:
      • Data & Processes

      In a traditional development stack, all the code is custom and specific, so we end up having lower standardizations. OutSystems is a generated code environment and there are many standards present across multiple applications. In this session, we will demonstrate how we were able to set up a test automation framework that allowed us to accelerate automation tests in applications developed in OutSystems.

      The list of speakers:
      1. David Cardoso Head of Quality Assurance at Truewind
      2. Rodrigo Viana Senior Quality Assurance Specialist at Truewind
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      Understanding the Heart of Light Processes

      Related Tags:
      • Development

      From best practices to in-depth explanation, this session will offer a deep-dive into light processes by using real-life examples to show how you can unleash the power of parallel processing while keeping control of your data.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Cláudio Oliveira Software Architect at Royal Vopak B.V.
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      Making Users Happy with Lighthouse

      Related Tags:
      • Front-end

      Lighthouse is an open-source, automated tool used for improving the quality of web pages. It measures and scores the performance of five categories: performance, progressive web app, best practices, accessibility, and SEO. It'll even give you some suggestions on how to improve your score for each category. But how do you apply this to OutSystems? How does Lighthouse fit into your project and how do you convince people that it's important to work on these non-functionals? In this session, we’ll explore the answers to these and many other questions.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Koen Kallenberg Developer at CoolProfs
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      Exploring Databases

      Related Tags:
      • Explore the OutSystems Platform

      A well-designed and implemented database is the first step in any successful application. In this session, we’ll discuss how OutSystems can help you design your database, plus the tools and accelerators it provides to help you be more efficient when dealing with data.
      Join Cristiana to learn how to create tables, attributes, and relationships, and gain an understanding of handling CRUD wrappers, the constraints and indexes, and loading sample data.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Cristiana Umbelino Developer Advocate at OutSystems
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      Developing Complex UIs: What We Learned While Creating an Interactive ArcGIS Map in OutSystems

      Related Tags:
      • Front-end

      We built a business-critical application to support safe working conditions for the engineers working the gas and electricity grid in the Netherlands. To support the users who monitor all the work on the grid, it was important to have an interactive map that provided an overview of all geographical data. Not only did the UI need to be effective, but it also needed to provide a great user experience. In this session, we will present what we learned from this project and share the challenges we faced with the integration with ArcGIS.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Sumeiya Rachid OutSystems Developer at Team Resilience
      2. Robert Kuipers Software Architect at Team Resilience
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      Manipulating and Generating Word Documents Like a Boss

      Related Tags:
      • Development

      In this session, we'll present two different approaches for manipulating and generating Word documents—from the simplest to the most complex—using the Aspose Words tool. Combined with tools that are already available through OutSystems, we will present a flexible but capable solution that can respond to the most demanding requirements.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Pedro Ramalho Tech Lead at Truewind
      2. Ricardo Matias Solutions Developer at Truewind
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      How to Change Your Data Model Two Weeks Before Going Live

      Related Tags:
      • Lightning Talks

      Changing the data model shortly before going into production? Is this smart? The answer is definitely “no,” but sometimes you don’t have a choice. This session will highlight the steps needed to change the data model with minimum impact, and will also include a discussion of the pros and cons you’ll need to consider. Negin Nafissi will share her experience to help others from making the same mistakes she did.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Negin Nafissi Developer at LINKIT
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      Multiple Ways to Annoy My Tech Lead and How to Avoid It

      Related Tags:
      • Careers

      Be the hero we know you can be. Learn about the most common mistakes rookie developers make as they take their first steps in OutSystems. See what makes Tech Leads lose their hair, and find ways to avoid it.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Flávio Saraiva Tech Lead at Team Resilience
      2. Marjolein Lemkes OutSystems Developer at Team Resilience
      3. Leon Bakker OutSystems Developer at Team Resilience
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      Reskill Right and for the Future

      Related Tags:
      • New Generation of Developers

      Most of our days are spent working, so it’s crucial that we feel good about what we do and have a sense of accomplishment when it comes to our job. However, while the thought of learning new skills and starting a new career can be overwhelming, it’s not impossible. In this session, our speakers will share their real-life reskill experiences when they embarked on new career paths in IT. They’ll also discuss the common pitfalls in the reskilling process and ways to avoid them (from both employee and employer perspectives).

      The list of speakers:
      1. Ana Dias Consultant at Outfit
      2. Ricardo Araújo Chief Community Officer
      3. Sofia Ikbal Junior OutSystems Developer at Indigo
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      Caching Data in OutSystems: A Tale of Gains Without Pain

      Related Tags:
      • Lightning Talks

      “There are only two hard things in Computer Science: cache invalidation and naming things.” - Phil Karlton
      This is one of the most famous quotes in computer science, and anyone who’s had to struggle with application performance issues might have at least one painful story related to caching data. In this session, we’ll explore the various approaches to caching data in an OutSystems application—from the basic concepts of caching, to situations when you should or shouldn’t cache data.
      We’ll also discuss how to use the built-in cache mechanism in OutSystems, including how it works, how to implement it, and some considerations for best practices. For mobile apps and reactive web applications, we’ll cover caching data client-side using IndexedDB, as well as additional server-side caching resources.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Helena Lameiro Senior Consultant at everis NTT DATA
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      Handling Offline Synchronization in Uncertain Conditions

      Related Tags:
      • Lightning Talks

      Syncing relatively large amounts of data over a mobile network connection brings with it some issues that aren't addressed when developing web apps. In this session, we will discuss some sophisticated approaches to take when lowering the quality of sync files or larger sync timeouts don’t meet the requirements, such as:

      • Splitting files into small pieces that are joined afterward.
      • Measuring the network quality just before the sync starts.
      • Preventing the app from sleeping while in background mode.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Cristiano Lúcio Solutions Specialist at Truewind
      2. Raylson Silva Solutions Developer at Truewind
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      Designing UI Forge Components

      Related Tags:
      • Development

      In this session, we’ll take a deep dive into how we designed and developed two OutSystems-supported components available on Forge: OutSystems Maps and Data Grid Reactive. We’ll provide insight into the practices we followed and the importance of establishing a relationship with our users during the process.
      Developers will also learn about the design and development process we adopted as well as some practical tips and tricks they can use when creating their own UI Forge components.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Mariana Bexiga Product Designer at OutSystems
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      Bridging the Divide for Black Technology Workers

      Related Tags:
      • New Generation of Developers

      We´ve all been hooked by the Blacks Lives Matter movement and wondered how we can bring more diversity and inclusion to our organizations and lives. Dennis Schultz from the Blacks In Technology Foundation will share programs and initiatives that they have established, as well as some strategies and changes we can all consider at the individual and organizational level.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Dennis Schultz Executive Director at Blacks In Technology Foundation
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      How to Be a Better Junior Developer, Faster

      Related Tags:
      • Careers

      When you start your career with OutSystems, there is one thing for certain: You’ll face challenges. This session will offer some tips to overcome those challenges and be a more productive developer, faster.

      The list of speakers:
      1. João Silva Student at Instituto Politécnico de Setúbal
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      Hunting Down Bad Patterns in Your Application Without the Need for Tools

      Related Tags:
      • Lightning Talks

      Wouldn’t it be nice to know your code is good even before opening Architecture Dashboard? In this session, you will learn some recognizable indicators that will tell you something is wrong with your code so that it can be solved immediately without having to wait on a report in Architecture Dashboard.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Orla Dijkink Principal Developer at LINKIT
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      Edit Your Images With No Limitations

      Related Tags:
      • Lightning Talks

      A new challenge arose in one of our recent projects: the ability to edit images in web and mobile applications. We needed to be able to resize, build images based on layers, draw shapes and diagrams from scratch, hide faces due to new GDPR policies, and add text and filters. During our research, however, we couldn’t find any component in the Forge that met our needs. Pixie was the only solution that provided us with the help we needed. It’s cross-platform, works offline, and most importantly, it exceeds the client’s needs. Join us in this session as we discuss the many capabilities of Pixie.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Pedro Ramalho Tech Lead at Truewind
      2. Fani Bexiga Solutions Developer at Truewind
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      Things I Wish I Knew Before Becoming a Tech Lead

      Related Tags:
      • Careers

      There are different expectations, skills, and focus needed as an OutSystems tech lead. This session will help you improve your performance as a tech lead or, if you’re currently a developer, help prepare you for the next step.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Rui Félix Systems Architect & COO at OSQUAY
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      Developing This Generation’s Next Leaders

      Related Tags:
      • Data & Processes

      Addressing the gender gap in tech requires us to focus on problems that occur everywhere along the talent pipeline—from lack of educational opportunities, all the way up through bias in hiring, promotion, and leadership opportunities. This talk will discuss methods for addressing these issues, while also outlining the organizational benefits to productivity and profit that can be achieved when businesses invest in gender diversity by supporting women who code at every level.

      The list of speakers:
      1. Alaina Percival CEO & Co-Founder at Women Who Code
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