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  • One Year In.

    October 1, 2019, will mark the one year anniversary of our acquisition by Siemens, and as I took the stage in New York City this morning to explain how Mendix has become a key part Siemens Digital Industries Software to more than 100 Industry journalists and analysts at the Siemens Media and Analyst Conference this week, I can’t help but look back at the past 11 months.

  • The 2019 Enterprise LCAP Magic Quadrant: Low-code Goes from…

    According to the Gartner LCAP Magic Quadrant, low-code has grown up and entering the enterprise. Learn why Mendix is a visionary leader.

  • Mendix enables multiexperience app development

    The 2019 MXDP Magic Quadrant: Application Development goes…

    With concepts like conversational UI and augmented reality, it’s clear that mobile application development isn’t enough. Multiexperience is the new way to develop. See why Gartner labeled us a visionary leader in their new MXDP Magic Quadrant.

  • Mendix World 2019

    Low-Code Is Grown Up and Leading Us to the Future

    Mendix World 2019 was a hit. Read Mendix CTO Johan den Haan’s thoughts on the event, the growth of low-code development, and what this means for the future of business.

  • Mendix Recognized as a Leader in Low-code Development

    Learn why we’re recognized as a leader in the Forrester Wave, and read about the core capabilities of our low-code platform that we believe are fundamental to empowering both professional and citizen developers.

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    Agile Process: Why You Need Feedback Loops Both During and After…

    As part of its focus on enabling close collaboration between IT and the business, the agile process emphasizes short feedback loops. However, waiting until even the end of a sprint is too long to solicit feedback, particularly from business stakeholders and end users. Read this blog to discover how to enable short feedback loops both during and after sprints.

  • Enterprise DevOps Needs Enterprise Microservices to Work Properly

    If CIOs introduce DevOps at a large scale across the IT organization, it is absolutely necessary to also roll out a new way of designing with Microservice Architecture (MSA) in mind. Read the full blog to find out the importance of microservices when introducing DevOps, and the right approach to take.