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Low Code Platforms with James Augeri

Do you ever feel like we are entering the age of democratization of software development? Do you fear that the platforms enabling novices with little coding experience to develop software applications are commoditizing your service as a developer? Today we talk with James Augeri, a serial entrepreneur, Techstars alumni, U.S. Airforce veteran, and a founder of Jingle, where he is working on making better search experiences. James shares with us his passion for low-code platforms - software applications designed to provide a software development environment through GUI and model-driven logic, instead of hard coding. What are their advantages, and where are their limits? When are they useful, and when do they become a liability? James' answers to these questions will help you navigate this incoming disruption. When you finish listening to the episode, make sure to connect with James on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Mentioned in this episode:

James on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/james2augeri/

James on Twitter at https://twitter.com/gotobits/?lang=bn

Jingle at https://heyjingle.com

WordPress at https://wordpress.org 

Drupal at https://www.drupal.org 

Zapier at https://zapier.com

Workato at https://www.workato.com 

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Legacy Code Rocks

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