The event’s agenda featured a series of speeches by Mendix representatives and customers. Our colleague Michał Jankowski, Low Code Technical Practice Leader, joined the “Ask the Experts” panel.
Simultaneously, a team of Objectivity low-code experts took part in a hackathon. The “Astro Breakpoints” team of Michal Gogol, Kamil Marcinkowski, Andrzej Stadnik and Sergiusz Woznicki made it to the top 3 and received a Community Award.
The team worked on an app which aims to help care workers improve the quality of life for patients with learning disabilities and people around them. The beneficiary of the hackathon, The Royal Mencap Society, is seeking a reliable solution which can benefit all parties involved in Positive Behaviour Support:
- therapists and counsellors, in assessing and understanding the behaviour of their patients
- patients, in raising their quality of life by applying self-coping techniques.
The team designed a web app for care workers and a mobile app both for them and people suffering from learning disabilities.