Microsoft’s free event discusses benefits of low-code platforms for app development

Empowering Week, June 27-29, showcases how technology can transform and enhance businesses and people’s lives by benefiting from students, entrepreneurs and professionals to solution developers.

From June 27-29, Microsoft will host Empower Week, a free digital event showcasing the benefits and trends of low- or no-code platforms (low code and exist-code, in English). They allow people with no technical development knowledge to create applications and professional developers to work with less code, which helps to democratize technology in various fields. For three days, Microsoft executives, influencers and partners debated the issue.

Therefore, Deloitte only studies the process of building codes low code (low-code) can be 50% to 90% faster than traditional methods because the software automatically creates the lines, making it easier to create application For those who do not know programming languages, but it can also benefit those who master the technology, freeing up the time of these professionals.

“Our goal is to democratize technology development in the country and allow any professional or student to become a ‘developer citizen’, creating applications that bring benefits to their everyday lives, whether they are experts or not,” Product Director Marcondes Faria said Dynamics 365 and Power Platform for Microsoft Brazil.

Empowerment Week will be kicked off by Charles Lamanna, chief vice president of Microsoft’s Low-Code Application Platform, who will bring the company’s latest news and investments for the future Low-code/no-code.

The first day of the event continued with practical examples of the importance of low-code or no-code tools to aid technology development, and showcased success stories like Raízen, who implemented low code in agriculture and factories. In addition to Zurich, which will showcase the benefits of this technology in the insurance industry, there will also be a special panel presenting Rede Globo’s Power Platform Hackathon at Big Brother’s house in Brazil.

We will also have professional partners from Microsoft, Alfapeople, Blueshift and KPMG to focus on low codeIn addition, the Cacau Show will show how to use Power BI to create a data culture in a company, and influencer Karine Lago, one of many influencers in attendance at the three-day event, will discuss how to visualize data from different sources in Power Apps Influencer Danilo Ciclioti will present the “Solving Critical Problems with Power BI” session.

The third and final installment of Empowerment Week brings Vale’s success story and will show how low code In addition to the participation of other influencers such as Heber Lopes, Fernando Garcia, Vitor Dantas and Irmãos Romão, contributions to corporate governance will also be possible, which will be presented by journalist Adriana Bittar.

“In this case, we hope to arouse the interest of those who do not yet know the power of change. low code. Our purpose is to get people to participate in the event and come up with ideas to improve or create an app that facilitates their daily life. We are certainly ready to help them with our solutions,” Farias concluded.

Agenda – Empowerment Week

date: June 27-29

start: Always at 9 am.

Free registration and the full agenda can be found on the website.

About Microsoft

Microsoft (NASDAQ “MSFT” @microsoft) enables digital transformation in the age of intelligent cloud and intelligent edge. Microsoft’s mission is to empower every person and organization on the planet to achieve more. The company has been in Brazil for 33 years and is one of 120 subsidiaries of Microsoft Corporation, established in 1975. In 2020, the company invested more than $13 million to provide technology free of charge to 1,765 NGOs in Brazil, benefiting various social projects. Since 2011, Microsoft has supported more than 7,500 startups in Brazil by donating more than $202 million in cloud credits.

Tags: Low Code Apps, Dynamics 365, Empower Week, Low Code, No Code, Power Platform

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