To me “codeless” = “caffeine free”. It seems okay at first and then… blahhhhh…
This reminds me of when I first switched from development to QA twenty years ago. Inheriting messy QTP scripts “recorded” by interns and refactoring them into something reusable that provides value. Interacting with and manipulating the UI is the easy part. Can these codeless tools be customized to verify crucial business logic ?
Low code is, when you squint at it, all about the visualization and abstraction of something that previously took coding in IDEs, tinkering in Excel sheets, and similarly skilled IT labor to configure. It’s really nothing new in the history of IT.
yes. The fuzz about conversational programming is already out & about. And will only grow in the coming 2-4 years. Copilots for IDE’s will enable a new form of higher-order programming level… and we will have outsmarted ourselves yet again.