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In fact, my colleague, Earl Duque, recently wrote about Low Code for Pro Coders and how low-code platforms can enable developers to onboard faster, develop faster and delegate more. The consensus is that, for better or for worse, low code is here to stay.
This frees the developer to focus on the integration, which is what we’re more interested in anyway. When developers can focus on one thing, knowing they won’t need to worry about going back and forth around form design or notification wording, they can be more creative in solving that one complex problem.
In addition to unlocking creativity and adding focus, low code lets developers focus on high-value technical challenges rather than repetitive tasks that can be offloaded to citizen developers.