Call for Code 2021 Or Perhaps A Call for No-Code/Low-Code?

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.More

I’m Excited About The No-Code/Low-Code Space

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.More

A No-Code Definition I Like

There are many different definitions and explanations of what is no-code. I have shared my opinion on this blog: What is no-code? No Code Conf recapMore

9 No-Code Videos You Should Watch

I’m very passionate about the no-code space. I have been recording videos on how to build small applications using no-code tools and services. In particular, I like to find applications built with code and then rebuild them using no-code. Below is a YouTube playlist that shows how to build these no-code solutions. The videos are…More