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Low-code and no-code is becoming increasingly popular in software development, particularly in enterprises that are looking to expand the number of people who can create applications for digital transformation efforts. While in 2020, less than 25% of new apps were developed using no code/low code, Gartner predicts that by 2025, 70% will utilize this means. Microsoft is one vendor who has been paving the way in this shift by reducing the burden on those in the lines of business and developers in exchange for speed. But what are the potential and best practices for low code/no code software development?
In this episode of The New Stack Makers podcast, Charles Lamanna, Corporate Vice President, Business Apps and Platform at Microsoft discusses what the company is doing in the low-code/no code space with its Power Platform offering, including bringing no code/low-code professionals together to deliver applications.