Low-Code Reality Check: Where Do Pros Fit In?

Posted April 12, 2021 in Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence, Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies Cutter Business Technology Journal
Jacek Chmiel provides a reality check on citizen development, pointing out that rather than digital natives, it’s digital-era employees who have the most to gain from digital transformation technology, often starting with no code and moving into the low-code environment of their choice. Chmiel suggests two solutions to the issue of poor flexibility in these platforms: having deep knowledge of the platform and/or augmenting with hard-core code. He also tackles the issues of IT security and vendor lock-in and then looks at the future of low-code.
About The Author
Jacek Chmiel
Jacek Chmiel is head of Avenga Labs, a division of Avenga focused on technology research and trend analysis as well as innovative, technology-oriented proof-of-concept projects with business partners. He is a technology evangelist and a well-known keynote speaker and presenter at some of the most prominent tech conferences all over Europe. Over the course of his 26 years’ experience, Mr. Chmiel has been an insider into strategy and business… Read More
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