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Getting Started with OutSystems for SQL Developers

This course introduces OutSystems to SQL Developers. It provides an introduction to the OutSystems Platform and a mapping to the most common operations related to data handling when Developing OutSystems applications.

What will you learn?

The basics about the OutSystems platform and explore how to use SQL tools and capabilities in an OutSystems application. You will learn how the platform works with its own database, how to create your application data model, and how to fetch data in OutSystems. Also, you will learn how to leverage an existing “external” database to use in an OutSystems application.

What do you need?

Your laptop with Windows 7 or higher. It may be helpful to have a Personal Environment so you can test out the capabilities of Service Studio as we go through the course.

About the Trainer

ITUp, OutSystems Global Training Partner, specializes in OutSystems training, delivering academies with a focus on reskilling and upskilling. Having certified over two thousand OutSystems Professionals worldwide since 2016, ITUp offers training to professionals with any level of expertise, both at in-person boot camps or online programs.

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OutSystems Data Handling for SQL Developers
OutSystems Components and Tools
Advanced Topics
Integrating with External Databases
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Juliano Prisco
Very good introduction to the platform, bringing the basic concepts and explaining how they work together.

Helena Lameiro
OutSystems Consultant
Course is very well strutured.
though in advanced topics slides show some links and no materials are provided.

Willem Slob
OutSystems hobbyist
This was actually an introduction of the concept of OutSystems, as the name of this course suggests, and is focused on the database aspects which could be relevant for any outsider, not only for SQL Developers.

Good videos but the sound quality of the last video is unacceptably poor (low volume).

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