This week I joined Okta as Workflows Builder Advocacy Lead.
I believe no-code gives folks super powers.
Parabola is one of my favorite no-code tools. I wrote numerous no-code articles and tutorials about Parabola. I also used Parabola in videos I recorded.
I am passionate about the no-code space and I also love developer relations. Lately I have been noticing two interesting things happening:
In this video you will learn how to update a Google Sheets spreadsheet with data from an external API. I’m using the following no-code tools to build this automation: News API – locates news from news sources and blogs with JSON API. We will use data from this API to update Google Sheets Parabola – automation and…
A short video based on this blog post: A No-Code Definition I Like. Watch my other no-code videos: YouTube no-code playlist.
Call for Code 2021, now in its fourth year, asks developers to build and contribute to sustainable, open source technology projects that address social and humanitarian issues. Call for Code is different from other tech for good initiatives in that top solutions are deployed to make a demonstrable difference in the communities with greatest need.
I love the the no-code space. When I saw this article Decoding the no-code / low-code startup universe and its players – I was happy. Pietro Invernizzi and Ben Tossell published this awesome guide listing 145 companies in the no-code/low-code space. There are probably many more companies out there. I’m excited about this space.
In early February Palantir and IBM announced a partnership: IBM and Palantir Partner to Help Businesses Easily Deploy Powerful and Open AI Applications; Unlock Valuable Data Across Hybrid Cloud Environments.
This video shows how to build a random quotes Twitter bot with Google Sheets, Parabola, and Zapier No-Code tools. The video is based on this How To Build a Twitter Bot With Google Sheets, Parabola, and Zapier No-Code Tools blog post The original video shows how to build a Twitter bot but without random quotes