Breaking the code: Why no-code platforms are gaining traction with IT and the business | CIO

“Consider the team that was in the office pre-pandemic, then went remote, and are now contemplating a hybrid work model. They can use a no-code platform to improve their processes and workflows in real time at each stage using unfiltered feedback from their team members.” — Will Kelly (@willkelly), technical marketing manager for a container security startup

Source: Breaking the code: Why no-code platforms are gaining traction with IT and the business | CIO

3 things I miss about writing in a public place

I used to have a tradition that I called Saturday writing day. These Saturdays got their start at the gym. I’d then shower at the gym then head over to the Mosaic District for a nice big breakfast and then find a spot to spend my day writing. I wrote many of my past articles this way.

Here’s what I miss about writing in a public place:

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