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Low Code has evolved from a visual approach to software development and delivery. It provides end users immediate access to (software) applications in their chosen domain.

This day of workshops will show you how to leverage this modern technology to deliver a fully unified customer experience. You will also get to catch up with all the new tools through which you can transform your business. You learn, with experts, how to implement different low-code approaches as well as how to meet the challenges in the market.


  • The Citizen Developers, that is, employees who do not have IT skills are the biggest beneficiaries. They understand the needs and rules of their business; they are empowered to work more effectively in their respective business roles. Since business solutions can be delivered rapidly, Low-code brings great benefit to the enterprise.
  • These users build business-use applications simply and quickly, mostly through drag-and-drop of functionalities from a library.
  • They are able to anticipate and respond quickly and effectively to evolving requirements of the market and their customers.
  • Users’ of Low-code achieve agility and nimbleness which is vital in this digital age.
  • Low-code developers bring great benefit by overcoming the problematic shortage of skilled developers serving the business market

At this workshop day, practitioners bring new perspectives and ideas of innovation. They show:

  • How to be resilient in the ever-changing unpredictable market
  • Be able to focus on boosting productivity
  • Reduce time to market, cost, and resource investment
  • How to leverage this modern technology to deliver a fully unified customer experience.
  • The downsides and pitfalls to Low Code, how to assess and avoid these


  • Demystification
  • Data migration
  • Low Code development platforms
  • Building technical capabilities in Low Code
  • Using Low Code to build relationship with other partners, suppliers and teams

Who should attend:

  • Citizen Developers
  • Professional App Developers
  • IT Managers and Department Business Executives
  • Government Leaders
  • Those who want to understand more about how Low Code can benefit their organisation
  • Low-code enthusiasts who want to learn and understand more about how Low Code can benefit their organisation, how to implement it successfully and who can help them.

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    Call for Participation

    We are inviting speakers – thought leaders, subject experts and start-up entrepreneurs – to share their knowledge and enthusiasm about their work and vision in these three fields. Please let us know too if you would like to participate in the panel sessions only.

    We are also planning short “how to do” sessions or full-day workshops to run as pre or post conference events. Let us know if you have a related topic that you want to run as a workshop or an extended briefing.

    Please complete the speaker’s response form submit a proposal to present at this event.


    09:00 – 11:00: Workshop I: Demystifying Low CodeRead More & WATCH VIDEO
    Ashok Kumar C S, Senior Industry Principal, Infosys

    Ashok Kumar C S, Senior Industry Principal, Infosys

    The low code space is seeing enormous evolution with many new platforms coming in. This session helps us to understand more about how Low Code can help achieve the intended business outcomes .

    Meant for Leaders and decision makers who want to understand what type of use cases can Low Code deliver and how to approach them successfully.

    View Ashok Kumar C S’s video

    11:05 – 13:05: Workshop II: Algo Trading With Visual ProgrammingRead More & WATCH VIDEO
    Varun Kumar Pothula, Quantitative Analyst, QuantInsti

    Varun Kumar Pothula, Quantitative Analyst, QuantInsti

    Creating an algo trading strategy requires a solid understanding of programming language to express your logic – like Python. But that comes with the burden of mastering the syntax, rules and libraries of that language if you are not already familiar! For traders without any programming background, this can be a serious challenge!

    Many applications try to solve this by providing a graphical interface. But real-life trading algorithms are complex, and requires much more flexibility than a step by step selections of choices and parameters. This problem is completely solved Visual programming with Blueshift®.

    In this session, we are going to discuss the brief overview of algotrading, need for algo trading, complete overview of the visual programming feature of Blueshift®. In addition to this, we will also explore a trend trading strategy, analyse its performance and implement risk management using visual programming.

    All without a single line of coding!

    View Varun Kumar Pothula’s video

    13:10 – 15:10: Workshop III: Data management in Low-Code – the pitfalls, the challenges & the best practicesRead More & WATCH VIDEO
    Bruno Valente e Costa, Executive VP, Infosistema Sistemas de Informação

    Bruno Valente e Costa, Executive VP, Infosistema Sistemas de Informação

    Good data management is critical for any technological solution success, and that is no different for LowCode solutions. Export good data into your data lake or analytics solution, migrate data from production into lower environments (for better DevOps, to improve quality, reduce errors and minimize wasted time), import legacy data into Low-Code or anonymize data to comply with data protection are some of the examples we will cover in this workshop. Demonstrations and details will be presented focusing on the #1 low-code platform OutSystems and are common to all major low-code vendors.

    View Bruno Valente e Costa’s video

    15:15 – 17:15: Workshop IV: CASE STUDY: Do it Yourself: Building a Citizen Developer CommunityRead More
    Mariano Novoa, Citizen Development Lead, Grant Thornton LLP (USA)

    Mariano Novoa, Citizen Development Lead, Grant Thornton LLP (USA)

    Technology adoption is most successful in an environment rooted in community and organizational ownership. This session will cover Grant Thornton LLP’s journey to create and implement a community of 1300+ citizen developers that work together to build innovative solutions for clients/company, provide each other support, and enhance themselves professionally. Learn the processes, tools, and considerations that are needed to garner the support of company executives and stakeholders to create this initiative in your organization – from marketing to governance. By the end of this session, you will have the knowledge to create your own community and take your organization to the next level.


    Bruno Valente e Costa

    Executive VP, Infosistema Sistemas de Informação

    Mariano Novoa

    Citizen Development Lead, Grant Thornton LLP (USA)

    Varun Kumar Pothula

    Quantitative Analyst, QuantInsti

    Ashok Kumar C S

    Senior Industry Principal, Infosys


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