In the words of Bob Dylan, the times, they are a-changin’. Careers are not what they used to be. You don’t just learn what you need to know at university, apply that knowledge at a company for 40 years and walk away with a crystal clock. As nice as it is to receive a shiny keepsake after years of service, careers are becoming more rewarding in different ways.
Every industry is constantly changing and roles within each sector are evolving too. …
“The future of coding is no coding at all”
-Chris Wanstrath, CEO at GitHub
It’s a bold claim, and admittedly one that some people we speak to still struggle with (“it won’t work for us” being a common, if short lived opinion).
So what does Chris mean and how can ‘no code’ be the future of coding?
Read on to find out.
Put simply, ‘no code’ is a catch all term to describe applications or software that allows you or your employees to build products or services, without any real technical knowledge or coding capability.
That doesn’t mean a no code solution should be considered inferior. …
Since the outbreak of COVID-19 businesses of all shapes and sizes have had to get creative, fast to find new and innovative ways to adapt their offering to keep moving through these challenging times.
Let’s take a look at some of these clever pivots that are changing the shape of business in 2020.
FRAME: Introducing virtual classes
Frame is a fitness studio that was forced to close its doors when the lockdown restrictions came into play. But the business quickly found a way to get people moving from home. Frame Online offered virtual classes that customers could subscribe to for a monthly fee. This meant people could stay in the safety of their own homes, but still benefit from their regular, motivating workout sessions. …