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Belief in your dreams. Image by Aziz Acharki on Unsplash.

The Future of Software Development Is No-Code for Everyone

In the last few years, we have made significant changes to the way we work and communicate with each other. Tools like Slack and Microsoft Teams have made older communication methods, like sending emails and making phone calls, look like primitive dinosaurs. We have started to use more cloud-based services to accompany us in our daily work routines. We are even starting to leave our bulky computers at home in favor of compact mobile devices like phones and tablets. At the end of the day — and outside of work — we ultimately shift our focus from technology for productivity to a means of entertainment and relaxation. In short, technology is in deeply embedded into our current society, but how did we get this far?

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It really looks more like this nowadays. Image by Walkator on Unsplash.
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You can do this! Image by Etty Fidele on Unsplash.

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