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Will Low Code/No Code Kill Programming Jobs? • Dave Farley • GOTO 2022


We’re so pleased to announce that we’ve teamed up with Dave Farley, author of “Continuous Delivery” and frequent GOTO Conferences speaker, for a monthly video series featuring ideas about continuous delivery, DevOps, test-driven development, BDD, software engineering and software development in general.
Find plenty more from Dave on his @Continuous Delivery channel.
Dave Farley - Continuous Delivery & DevOps Pioneer, Award-winning Author, Founder & Director of Continuous Delivery Ltd.
ABSTRACT Low code and no code are ideas that are gaining traction. Low-code development platforms are used to solve all sorts of software development problems, but what is no code development, is this a new idea that will take your job, or is this another attempt at an old idea and some kind of no-code bubble. What is the effect of low code on programmers, and the organisations that employ them? What are the pitfalls to adopting low-code solutions and what should you do to avoid them?
In this episode, Dave Farley, author of “Continuous Delivery” and “Modern Software Engineering” explores the use, and problems in using, low-code for software development. Computer science and software engineering have evolved strategies to deal with the complexities at the heart of software, but can low-code really hide these complexities? Dave describes some common, maybe unavoidable problems and discusses what you need to do to avoid them.
CD TRAINING COURSES If you want to learn Continuous Delivery and DevOps skills, check out Dave Farley's courses
RECOMMENDED BOOKS & LINKS You can grab Dave Farley's new book 'Continuous Delivery Pipelines' here: David Farley • Modern Software Engineering • Dave Farley & Jez Humble • Continuous Delivery • Forsgren, Humble & Kim • Accelerate • Stefan Helzle • Low-Code Application Development with Appian • #GOTOxDaveFarley #Programming #SoftwareArchitecture #CD #ContinuousIntegration #LowCode #NoCode #LowCodeNoCode #LowCodeTutorial #NoCodeTutorial #DevOps #DaveFarley #GOTO #GOTOcon #ContinuousDelivery #Accelerate #Complexity
DAVE'S LINKS Gregor Hohpe’s article “The Quest for Low-Code: 9 paths, some of which actually work”:
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