Why developers hate low-code

Sep 16 10:00:00 by www.infoworld.com

The suits love the idea of “low code” tools. To them, less code means less work and less work means speedier projects, faster satisfaction, leaner budgets, and, ultimately, a fuller bowl of gravy for doling out big bonuses to those same suits. Who doesn’t like any of these things?To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story)

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Gartner forecasts massive growth in collaboration software spending

Sep 25 0:15:27 by siliconangle.com

Social and collaboration software is going to become a major recipient of enterprise software spending, with revenue in the market set to grow from $2.7 billion in 2018 to $4.8 billion by 2023. Gartner Inc. said today in a new report that the expansion of collaboration apps into emerging markets and a growing base of […] The post Gartner forecasts massive growth in collaboration software spending appeared first on SiliconANGLE.

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Have Just a Bit of Patience with 'Transformation'

Sep 19 12:00:00 by www.informationweek.com

Digital transformation, cloud adoption and AI seem to be taking longer than people expected. Why is that a surprise?

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5 Soft Skills Every Product Designer Should Master

Sep 25 12:53:59 by webuilddesign.com

I once asked a friend that works for a big name design company what he looks for in potential hires? He said that he hires people with great communication skills and who trust in... The post 5 Soft Skills Every Product Designer Should Master appeared first on WBD.

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