In part one of this blog series, we looked at low-code hype vs. reality in the following technology areas: No coding required Fast time-to-market for new applications Seamless integration with other systems In part two, we’ll conclude by considering other key areas such as: Ease of app maintenance No technology lock-in Great User Interfaces/User Experiences (UI/UX) … …Continue reading
Low-code development platforms enable the creation of software applications using far less program code than would typically be needed versus traditional computer programming languages. Software development is often a lengthy and complex process so low-code’s promise to simplify, accelerate and reduce the cost of application development is a very attractive proposition for busy software teams. … …Continue reading
A commonly known rule of thumb in software engineering, which seems to hold well for systems of record (SOR), is that maintaining software comprises between 60 to 80 percent of the total cost of ownership. [This same rule might well apply for the systems of engagement (SOE) that persist more than a few years before … …Continue reading
US News & World report named “software developer” the number 1 job for 2018. Growth in demand for software and application development skills is a trend that’s expected to continue as organizations in every industry transform and optimize with better software for their team members and customers. With the convenience and reach of mobile apps, … …Continue reading
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