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2030 Movement: Is The Future Of Coding Code-Less?


2030 Movement: Is The Future Of Coding Code-Less?


September 24


01:00 pm - 02:00 pm

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Join GA and experts to explore what it means to be low-code/no-code and how businesses can flourish by adopting new codeless platforms.

This event is part of The 2030 Movement, a free two-week online festival for the next leaders and innovators in tech. Head to to see the full schedule.

The market size for global low-code development platforms is expected to hit USD 27.2 billion by 2022, a huge shift from USD 4.32 billion in 2017. We can’t help but wonder if software is heading towards a low-code/no-code (LCNC) future. But let’s take a step back, what exactly is low-code?

LCNC refers to a method of development that allows non-technical individuals to create software solutions relatively quickly and easily. Such platforms aim to make software development accessible to more professionals so that they do not have to rely as much on their engineering team.

Does that mean that we don’t require software engineers in the future?

Join us to better understand what exactly LCNC is about, the implications of this on the coding industry and coders, and explore areas where businesses can flourish by adopting such platforms.

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