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In this episode Matt and Mike discuss a recent trend in the industry, no-code tools. While no-code tools may seem like they're only for non-programmers, they can be extremely useful for teams of all sizes. No-code tools can help small teams take on more work without the need to scale up, while non-tech savvy folks can try out their ideas for apps and websites which may eventually become something more down the road.
1:50 - Introduction
6:35 - Faster development with quick customizations
10:50 - Administration and support is handled by the no-code company
18:22 - Collaboration
23:00 - No code tools can be extended with code
23:40 - Great way to start learning how projects are thrown together
32:20 - No code can get your side hustle up and running quickly
41:20 - Easy to overlook simple support requests
43:10 - Scalability has its limits preset
48:35 - Feature limitations
- Using no code tools passes the IT infrastructure problems to those companies (Wix, Squarespace, Webflow)
- No code is not going to 'take our jobs'. It's going to open us up to work on larger more complex projects, which are more profitable.
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