I’ve always been a hacker. From my early, and failed, tries with basic. Which has been likened to the no-code movement:
“The introduction of the first microcomputers in the mid-1970s was the start of explosive growth for BASIC. It had the advantage that it was fairly well known to the young designers and computer hobbyists who took an interest in microcomputers.
BASIC was one of the few languages that was both high-level enough to be usable by those without training and small enough to fit into the microcomputers of the day, making it the de facto standard programming language on early microcomputers.”
Do you see the parallel with low-code, no-code in here?
In testing your product/startup ideas speed is a key element in traction.
So, even if you’re proficient in coding it makes sense to put out the first version(s) without writing code.
This will also let you concentrate more ont he customer discovery and let your users tell you what needs to be built.
On the flip side, if your product idea flops.
Just move on to the next idea.
Are you fired up to build and ship more products, projects?
Join us every Tuesday for a good chat between 1 and 2 P.M. (New York time) EDT. UPDATE: taking time building my own sh$t for at least till the end of Summer 2019 so probably better off tweeting at me on my @sugardayfox for now.