No-Code vs. Low-Code
How No-Code can Solve Enterprise Development Challenges
Wednesday, 28th April 2021, 4PM EST
Today’s enterprise applications have been designed to scale complex business tasks across multiple departments, devices, systems, and timezones. However, as the sophistication of these applications increases, so do the difficulties of building and maintaining them.
Following years of steady improvements, development times and costs have begun edging upwards in the past decade. Why? The complexity of modern enterprise systems is colliding with the natural limits of building with code.
In order to engineer around these issues, some have opted to use “low-code” development which was introduced in the early 2000s as a way to automate repeatable coding tasks. To be sure, low-code may have helped make some common processes more efficient, but it hasn’t been able to overcome today’s development challenges because it doesn’t overcome code.
“No-code” platforms are all-in-one development platforms that completely eliminate coding from the process. This means organizations can invest all their time and resources into building business solutions and perfecting the user experience instead of toiling with syntax, bugs, and legacy code.
Sam is the VP of Product at Unqork. Before joining Unqork, Sam was Product Manager of Enterprise Tools for MongoDB. He has also worked at Red Hat doing technical presales on Linux, Virtualisation and Middleware.
Originally from Cheltenham, England, Sam received a 1st class Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Cardiff University.
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28th April 2021 | 4PM EST
Unqork is the industry pioneer no-code enterprise application platform that helps large companies build, deploy, and manage complex applications without writing a single line of code. Organizations like Goldman Sachs, Liberty Mutual, the Cities of New York and Washington, DC and Maimonides Medical Center are using Unqork’s drag-and-drop interface to build enterprise applications faster, with higher quality, and lower costs than conventional approaches.