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Discussion on: Fear Not!!! Here's why DIY No-Code Services will never replace developers.

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Aaron Reese

Learning the syntax to a specific language is a tiny part of a developers skill set. Being able to break the business problem to its atomic components, validation and exception handling, standards, source code control, test automation and deployment between environments are more vital skills. Lo code for non developers is akin to self service BI. Yes it can be done, but the business users don't have to he time or inclination to learn the deconstruction skills. That is why they hire people like us to still build out the lo code solutions. Hands up if anyone outside of IT in your organisation writes their own Microsoft Flows or PowerApps. No. Didn't think so... 😎