Fitting OutSystems applications into Enterprise Architecture

Francisco Menezes

Want to become an expert architect in 60 minutes?   We're having a quick hands-on session to show how to design evergreen applications that will grow with your company strategy - from initial design to keeping the blueprint of your applications healthy as you need to adapt to new business demands   In this session you will learn: -- The 4 Layer Canvas concepts - the OutSystems architecture framework -- How to use the the Canvas to design a new solution -- How to use Discovery (tool available in the Forge) to keep track of your architecture and extract useful recommendations to fix architecture issues

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