I subscribe to the No Code Devs List, so every morning I get presented with four or five new no-code platforms that are being built to solve all kinds of problems. There’s Bildr for building web marketplaces, Glide for building a mobile app on a google sheet, Charttt (yes, three...

At the outset of 2020, nobody could have predicted how one microscopic virus would transform the working world as we know it. Virtually overnight, face-to-face meetings turned into zoom calls and access to the VPN now determined if you could do any work at all. Systems that were accessed by...

As an Enterprise Software Professional, and somebody who "reads the trades" and likes to think they keep a good eye on the trends in the marketplace, there’s one question I get that makes me exasperated and concerned at the same time: “When are the robots going to take my job?” The rise...

Cal Davenport is a writer and computer scientist, who’s latest book, A world without email, aims to re-imagine work in the age of overload. (I haven’t finished reading the book yet, but I did listen to a detailed and thought provoking interview Cal gave to Ezra Klein – which is...

Venture Beat has a great primer on the emerging Low Code/ No Code market - and exactly why everybody should be paying such close attention to it. Sure, according to Gartner, 65% of application development will be low code by 2024, and I guess that's nice if you're into predictions, or...

Language changes, words change, and the world of business is a significant change vector for the way we speak. As an example, somewhere in the last 5 years it has become acceptable to say "100 percent" out loud instead of "yes". I suspect that in business, we needed a way...