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Low-Code Development + Data Tools: A New Era of Data Management

By Dick Weisinger

Data is the lifeblood of any organization, but managing it can be a daunting task. Traditional methods of software development often require extensive coding, testing, and debugging, which can be time-consuming and costly. Moreover, data sources are becoming more diverse

Infrastructure: Automating and Simplifying DevOps with Low Code/No Code:

By Dick Weisinger

Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is the management and automation of network hardware in a data center through software. Rather than the manual configuration of hardware, IaC contains the complete set of instructions to roll out data center hardware. Using the

Low-Code: Quicker Development but Potentially a Security Risk

By Dick Weisinger

Low-code/No-code has been hailed as the tool that will empower non-developers in an organization with the ability to define and change the processes and configurations of enterprise software applications. The benefits of low code are that it requires no coding

Enterprise Software: Businesses Arm Citizen Developers with Low Code

By Dick Weisinger

Rob Cameron, CEO of KnowlegeLake, in a Forbes Council Opinion piece calls ‘low code’ a ‘Game Changer’. “This is a massive trend,” said John Bratincevic, analyst at Forrester. Low-code software development combines highly visual user interfaces, allowing users often to

Low Code/No Code: Are Template Solutions the Future?

By Dick Weisinger

No-code GUI-based tools target non-developers and make it possible to configure applications without any code changes. Low-code means that an application provides a way to perform simple and quick customizations usually via scripting. But some vendors have stretched just what