ICT skills: When to low code and when to no code

Are we all just citizen developers now? Fiona Alston reports

Derya Sousa, co-founder of the Irish-based no code platform Kianda. Picture: Andres Poveda

You might have heard lots of chatter about low code and no code lately and been wondering what it’s all about. Put simply, these are tools which allow people with little to no coding skills to build their own applications with readymade lines of code.

Before you rush online and start thinking you are going to become Ireland’s next tech unicorn overnight, there are a few things you should know about the low code and ...