Rui Quintino on SQLSaturday #115 – Portugal 2012

SQLSaturday #115 - Portugal 2012

SQLSaturday is an event format created in 2007 by one of the best known directors of PASS (Andy Warren). This form of unconference brings together many SQL Server professionals, providing a variety of high-quality technical sessions, and making it all happen through the efforts of volunteers. This SQLSaturday #115 – Portugal 2012 will be held Mar 17 2012 at Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa.

We are very proud our colleague Rui Quintino was selected by the community to present a session focused on agile patterns & techniques applied to the usual Microsoft BI stack. Main topics will be: rapid feedback cycles, test automation, flexible integration processes, analysis services flexible models and some other tips and tricks. Rui Quintino is a Senior Architect and Business Intelligence enthusiastic, an active blogger ( and a common presence as a speaker on Microsoft events.

Please join us on Room 3 at 10:45 AM, we think you’ll find it’s a great way to spend a Saturday.


DevScope grows 12% in 2011

DevScope grows 12% in 2011

In fiscal year 2011, although the final figures are not yet fully completed, the business has been around 1.45 million euros, which, according to the general manager, Rui Paupério, represented an increase of 12% over the results of 2010.

Last year, DevScope’s own products represented 20% of the total growth of the company, CRM represented10%, Portals/SharePoint represented 40% and the remaining 30% matched the business generated within Business Intelligence.

Part of the good performance achieved during this year reflects our bet initiated in 2009 regarding the development and operation of new products, and all the complementary services associated with them. The market had huge challenges in terms of cost reductions, and we were able to attract customers through inovative solutions, supported by economies of scale of Cloud Computing, and Software as a Service models.

Full article available here DevScope grows 12% in 2011 (Portuguese).