By Matt Calkins
A low-code platform enables users to quickly express an idea for a new business application as an intuitive drawing — and then the platform translates that drawing into software. There are two natural consequences of low-code:
As a result, software quality is no longer a function of developer skills and time spent on a project – both of which are expensive. Instead, quality depends on the sophistication of the translation layer.
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