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No-Code: The Next Wave of Application Development

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Software development that is intuitive, similar to human communication styles, and that is concise is far easier than software development that is closer to the hardware. Throughout programming history, there has been an ongoing trend to increasingly encapsulate the computer hardware from the human programmer.




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Rebecca Sealfon

Rebecca Sealfon

Former software engineer at Google, U.S. National Spelling Bee champion, and synesthete, based in New York, NY. Loves books, liberal Judaism, and nature.

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