MENDIX mysteries and miracles - a webinar about LOWcode and HIGHperformance
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LOWCODE. A term which is much appreciated by those who work with it but often unknown to those who do not; and among many even treated with a high degree of prejudice. But is that validated? Where does the prejudice evolving around low-code and no-code come from and what can it in fact promise?
Already spoiling some responses to the latter: A booming global market, secure jobs with diverse and endless opportunities, and competitive advantage due to a secure and time-efficient way of working. Some declare low-code to be “THE FUTURE”. Find out if you agree after joining our exclusive webinar on the low-code platform Mendix.
Low Code can deliver a gateway for software developers or better “business engineers”, consultants and front-end developers as it lets you stay in touch with the world of hardcoding but opens up new exciting worlds of building apps quickly and safely via pre-determined blocks. Diving into Mendix projects can lead to you being involved in all kinds of development stages and aspects of drafting, planning, developing and designing; from first ideas to implementation to re-evaluation and amendments.
Business engineers hereby translate an organization’s or market’s need into software-approved pre-requisites. With Mendix they can reduce time-to-market by 10x with rapid and agile app development and ROIs for a large variety of industries and clients. Processes and systems can be simplified and become scalable while business and IT get to collaborate on and accelerate innovation. Low- and No-Code can help build dynamic processes, which can even hold self-learning abilities. And what’s best: Not every developer will need a higher degree in data science to get a piece of the cake!
What you will learn?
- Debunking low-code. What is low-code and how does it differ from high-code?
- Market opportunities. Why should you consider low-code even if you have experience with high-coding?
- CLEVR career and customers. How would a career in low-code look like?