With software development increasingly crucial to business success, coding has become one of the most in-demand skills of the century. Described by The Guardian as “ the language of the modern world”, coders allow businesses to design, program, test and maintain a variety of software tools that can be used for internal and external purposes.
But learning to code is no mean feat, and the cost of hiring developers continues to rise as the demand for programming skills grows. Thankfully, however, a couple of solutions now enable companies to develop software without having to rely so much on coding: low-code and no-code development platforms.Read more
SourceForge recently caught up with Dr. Sebastian Dewhurst, Director of Business Development at EASA, to talk about the obstacles encountered by companies when their latest digital transformation initiative comes face to face with business processes that are underpinned by spreadsheets. Dewhurst also offers some advice to help enterprises prevent and reduce the risk of “Excel chaos”, […]Read more
Custom application development is the process of designing, creating and deploying tailor-made software applications for specific users. For instance, many schools, healthcare providers and businesses create their own custom portals for students, patients and employees alike, to be used for a variety of purposes.Read more
Low code is a visual development approach to application building that doesn’t require traditional hand-coded computer programming.Read more