The promise of Low-Code / No-Code platforms is simple. Create apps and bypass IT bottlenecks without needing to know what's under the hood. Despite the many layers of abstraction, you are on the journey to be a software developer creating applications to ease daily life in business. You might have received the title No-Code Developer or Citizen developer. Welcome to the world of software engineering.
Words we use today, like zipper or escalator, were once brand names or trademarks. This process is known as genericization. It is about to describe something complex with a simple term for easier reference. While this is great in everyday use, it could be confusing in engineering.
When I logged back into medium.com, I've realized I need a fresh start to create content again. Here is my JAMStack story.
Move the platform definition into the code, handle them as code and get all the good parts.
Here are a few tips how to avoid the pitfalls around the “Definiton of Done”
Software is everything — everything else is nothing
There are things known and things unknown and in between are the doors. — Jim Morirson
The living documentation
Embracing SoC* over DRY*
This is the only sentence here that contains the word microservice.
20th anniversary of Goto Copenhagen brought a group of exceptionally great speakers and talks this year. I would like address one of the…
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