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Using low code platforms to learn development skills

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Low code and no code platforms are valuable IT tools. They make it easy for employees outside of the IT team to develop apps that simplify business processes. And in some cases, they can aid in the transition from amateur developer or Excel power user to professional programmer. InfoWorld senior writer Serdar Yegulalp joins Juliet to discuss how employees interested in development can use low code platforms to learn basic skills before jumping into code.

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Copyright © 2020 IDG Communications, Inc.

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