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Here is a summary of recent news:

BILDR is hosting a Happy hour at Capital Factory February 24th. We’re are looking forward to meeting so many like-minded developers and entrepreneurs.

We are going to be at SXSW 2017. Mark Magnuson CTO and Tom Parish at SXSW 2017 panel with Julie Shannan with Girlstart.org. The title of our panel is: Should Citizens be allowed to Code“.

Be sure to put us on your list of panels to see us Saturday, March 11 at the JW Marriott Room 303-304.

We are going to dive into the topic of no-code programming:

There will be winners and losers in the near future as programming tools remove the drudgery of writing lines of code to create web applications. Already we have a plethora of tools to create websites without writing HTML, CSS, and Javascript. New advances in low-code/no-code development environments are simplifying the difficult, error-prone, time-consuming, and expensive process of coding. We will explore the impact of these monumental improvements in “full stack” software-development environments and the necessary change in thinking when solving problems from a higher-level perspective for both experienced and less-experienced programmers.

New advances in low-code/no-code development environments are simplifying the difficult, error-prone, time-consuming, and expensive process of coding. We will explore the impact of these monumental improvements in “full stack” software-development environments and the necessary change in thinking when solving problems from a higher-level perspective for both experienced and less-experienced programmers.

We will explore the impact of these monumental improvements in “full stack” software-development environments and the necessary change in thinking when solving problems from a higher-level perspective for both experienced and less-experienced programmers.

Here are the three primary questions to answer though we’re leaving a room for many questions:

  1. What are the opinions and truths about the no-code application development trend?
  2. Who benefits from building applications with tools that do not require writing lines of code, and how does this impact business growth?
  3. If no-code programming continues to grow and evolve, what might be possible for a wider range of social, economic, and gender perspectives?

Have a question about BILDR, looking for an opportunity to get an interview, let me know – Tom Parish – 512-782-4814.  We’re here to help.