What if building digital products is no longer reserved to formally trained IT professionals? What if everyone can be a tech-savvy person and initiate the digital transformation of a business? No-code and low-code trends have emerged as the industries strongest disruptors but let’s explore how it all looks from a developer’s critical perspective.
In this webinar, in partnership with FormulaDB, we will discuss the challenges and opportunities brought about by low-code/no-code technology and how this trend can be used to make software development more efficient, sharing from our experience and exploring:
differences and similarities between the solutions in the public/private cloud ecosystem
how software and IT professionals can benefit from/be impacted by this trend
how IT and software managers, CIOs, CTOs can use this technology to innovate their business operations
Discover more about:
Issues and challenges in making software development more efficient
Public clouds AWS/Azure vs private clouds
Solutions in the ecosystem: differences, similarities, overlaps
Software development professional with over 15 years of experience in leading complex projects, translating customer requirements into clear and simple architectures, and ultimately delivering high quality software.
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