Low-Code - yes, but only to get rid of Excel tables, right?
A pioneer and a newcomer in the low-code community discuss the low-code approach - where does it fit and where not.
Speed is often named as the only advantage of low-code. But that is far from the whole story. With high speed, the architecture must not be disregarded, because these applications should continue to be maintainable in the future and not belong to the old "legacy iron".
We will present use cases for the first steps and will not let you fall into the usual traps.
There is something for everyone in this presentation, from architects to developers, to IT managers.
Solution Architect Central Europe
Regional Channel Manager, Central Europe