It seems like the biggest recent software fundings include some sort of “no-code” platform in their business. Similar to how computers have democratized our software usage and the cloud has impacted our deployment of software, no-code is supposed to democratize any technical skill sets. It aims to reduce any complexity and workflow of tech-savvy processes, thereby touching every user across the enterprise.
Let's face it: Are we entering a new era of software development or is "no-code" simply a new buzzword?
Join us for our next #SGvirtual event: An engaging panel discussion on the topic of "Is the Future of Code No-Code?"
What can you expect from this event?
We will discuss the impact, opportunities and challenges of the the "no-code" development and how you can leverage its benefits for your business. Our panellists will also share their biggest learnings, predictions for the "no-code" industry and first-hand advice on how you can become a part of this new trend.
Come prepared or send us your questions ahead (email@example.com) so we can make sure to address them.
Looking forward to seeing you all... virtually!
Head of Education
Founder & CEO
Zeroqode is a suite of no-code products that will help you launch your ideas fast and easy. Created by Levon Terteryan and Vlad Larin, the project is based on Bubble, a new codeless development framework. It is a place for all things no-code - templates, courses, backends, web2native, development services, etc.
No-code technology makes launching new applications, startups or products up to 10 times faster. No programming skills or technical background required. Zeroqode is the #1 no-code app template publisher that created a number of functional application templates with polished UI/UX.
Tom is the Head of Education at Makepad where he teaches people how to build, operate and automate businesses without needing to write code.
Makerpad is the worlds leading destination to learn, share and work together to create software—without writing code. They provide the best-in-class education paired with a supportive community and accountability.
Michael Grupp is the founder and CEO of BRYTER, an enterprise no-code automation company with offices in New York City, London and Frankfurt.
Michael began his career as a litigator with Hogan Lovells and Freshfields before founding the research and recruiting portal Thesius (acquired 2017 by Persona Service AG) as well as the legal tech pioneer Lexalgo (acquired 2018). Michael is a member of the Task Force Legal Tech and Innovation within the German Association of Lawyers (DAV) and to the Executive Faculty of the Bucerius Law School. He is a lecturer at the Goethe University Frankfurt and a leading voice in the intersecting fields of law, technology and digital business models and a sought-after speaker.
Startup Grind Berlin
Startup Grind Berlin
Following several years working in the consulting, finance and investment industry, Mareike is now actively involved in the Venture Capital & Startup world in London & Berlin. She loves building strong and long-lasting relationships with a community of founders, investors and ecosystem players and has been running the Berlin Chapter of Startup Grind since 2018.
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