Like any technology and the expertise it entails, coding too will eventually become outmoded due to the advent of a new, better or more convenient technology. This technology is no-code.
A non-tech entrepreneur could have the most ambitious and groundbreaking ideas but would find oneself utterly unable to execute them. They have no choice but to rely on a tech co-founder to do so. But not anymore.
Each business needs to define that process for themselves but there are some golden rules for getting citizen development off the ground early. These are the five rules you need to take into account.
We don’t want a generation of people forced to care about Unicode and UI toolkits. We want a generation of writers, biologists, and accountants that can leverage computers.
An increase in no-code makers will not cause a decrease in coders. This isn’t a zero-sum game. In fact, it’s a win-win!
Forrester reports that the no-code development market will ascend – from $3.7 billion in 2017 – to a staggering $21.2 billion in 2022. 2020 is the year it takes off.