Because the only thing worse than building internal tools is maintaining them (Ep. 539)
David Hsu, founder and CEO of Retool, joins Ben to talk about low-code and no-code tools: why some folks love to hate them and whether they really help devs work faster or just allow those of us who aren’t programmers to muck everything up. Or both!
A serial entrepreneur finally embraces open source (Ep. 486)
Serial entrepreneur Arpit Mohan, cofounder and CTO of Appsmith, tells Ben and Cassidy about his path to building Appsmith, an open-source project that makes it easy for engineers to build, ship, and maintain internal tools.
Will low and no code tools ever truly disrupt tech development?
Will the programmers of tomorrow be shipping products written without touching too much code?
At your next job interview, you ask the questions (Ep. 463)
The home team convenes to discuss the end of the GPU shortage, how the no-code/low-code movement is impacting developers, and why job candidates should flip the script and interview their interviewers.
Podcast 349: The no-code apps bringing software smarts to analog services disrupted by the pandemic
A no-code platform helped New York City digitize services to deliver food and certify marriages during the COVID-19 lockdown.