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Low-code platforms move the BizDevOps trend forward
This article is part of the Business Information issue of December 2017, Vol. 5, No. 6
As we close out 2017, DevOps as a philosophy of how application development should be done is finally morphing into the way it's actually done, and companies are hammering away at another long-standing cultural wall -- the one that separates IT departments and business teams. Indeed, the next IT mashup brings in business leaders who want a seat at the development table. A clear division once existed between these groups that media companies like ours have published articles about and offered tips on how the two sides can communicate effectively. That language barrier is easier to overcome with the new breed of low-code and no-code platforms. Low-code platforms are here to stay Companies investing in low-code platforms expect their developers to collaborate with operations teams and business leaders to ensure actual business benefits of a project. The platforms also make it easy for line-of-business users and developers to test ideas together. Moreover, low-code platforms allow business users with no programming experience to ...
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