#3 - Principles for No-code/Low Code Development
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Technology changes at a drastic and rapid speed but principles or fundamentals stay the same. In a world with a constant breakneck speed while we rely on mental models or principles to help guide you in building software using No-Code/Low-Code platforms.
These principles are formed through multiple failures and attempt in building software. Without these principles, We will be like building a castle on a foundation of sand while constantly figuring out ways to make things work. Something a piece of advice as simple as advice like "Don't Deploy on Friday" or remembering "Murphy's Law" could greatly reduce the amount of time, effort and resources used to build your software using these No-Code/Low-Code platforms.
Why Use Software Development Principles for No-Code/Low-Code Development?
At the end of the day, No-Code/Low-Code platforms are just another tool in your toolbox that you use to build software with the focus on making it easy for individuals who are not trained in software practices to build products or services.
By relying on these principles, you are building upon tons of experience, best practices by the actual software development teams and other tech leaders in building software to deliver value to the users.
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