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Mendix holds its global low code conference in Rotterdam in 2019

Mendix holds its global low code conference in Rotterdam in 2019

Rotterdam will be the venue for the global Mendix World conference of low code specialist Mendix on 16 and 17 April of this year. The conference should be the world’s largest low code meeting ever, as the originally Dutch company recently announced.

According to the low code specialist, the meeting is intended for everyone who is involved in the development of low code applications and other digital developments within their company or organisation in one way or another. The meeting will take place in Ahoy Rotterdam and approximately 3,000 visitors are expected on both days.

With low code, IT departments within companies and organisations are able to work much more closely together to develop business-critical applications more quickly and thus take innovation to the next level.

Programme components

According to Mendix, during the programme visitors will hear and see how leaders from both the IT and the business build business-critical, modern, business applications in a fraction of the time it usually takes with legacy development software.

Various visionaries will also tell you about developments in the field of strategic technology trends and there will be a lot of attention for customer-focused practical cases, best practices and the various development platforms.

The Mendix developer community will also have access to practical training, certification and demos of the platform during the conference. Participants can also decide which app, which will be designed and built during the Hackathon, has the most potential. Of course there is also plenty of opportunity to exchange knowledge with colleagues.


Interested parties for Mendix World 2019 can now register here.

This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.