As suggested by the name, the low code-no code movement has two sides to it:
Low code enables organizations to optimize their resources and literally do more, speeding up applications time-to-market, lowering defect rates and freeing up developers’ minds to do what they should and what humans do best: find creative solutions to complex problems.
No code allows us to bring business people on board the digital transformation journey, enabling them to partake in the development process within a safe and performing framework managed by IT.
The question is, which one is the right fit for different use cases?
In our second session we’ll be discussing just this and we will give our audience clues on how to make that choice.