Intro to Low-Code 201: Architecture Overview

Richmond
Thu, Aug 11, 6:00 PM (EDT)

Learn how low-code applies programming best practices in software development. See first-hand how modularity and inheritance can be manipulated to organize a project with a flawless architecture with agility in mind.

About this event

Business leaders rely on software performance to process information and tasks at a fraction of a second. The challenge for developers is to architect their code in a modular fashion so that future changes can be adaptable to new technologies and business models. Additionally, projects must be perfectly organized, so that it's understood what to change and and new team members can take on where it was left seamlessly. Even in the low-code world, best programming practices are essential to architect a project successfully.

What you will learn after this session:

Refreshing concepts from session 1: Modularity and inheritance

Naming Convention For Modules

Designing an Architecture - An Example

Typical Module Elements

Typical Module Elements - An Example


As before, there will be swags, refreshments, and food for all attendees. Come with or without your laptop, there will be plenty of time to network with the community.

Speaker

When

Thursday, Aug 11
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM (EDT)

Where

Carytown Coworking - (access the back door!)
3429 W Cary St Richmond23223

Host

  • Carla Cox

    Carla Cox

    OutSystems

    Solution Engineer, White Glove Team

    See Bio

Organizer