“In God we trust. All others must bring data.”
—William Edwards Deming
When I began researching the new book, I knew that low-code/no-code tools had started to gain acceptance. Ten-billion-dollar valuations tend to validate a market. At the same time, though, I doubted that they had gone mainstream.
To further verify my assumption, I launched an informal poll on a LinkedIn project-management group. It received 60 responses before the moderators inexplicably removed it.
Despite its limited shelf-life, the decidedly unscientific results supported my initial hypothesis:
Of course, the adoption of every new tech is uneven. (Cue Gibson quote.) LC/NC has arrived in earnest, and it’s already kind of a big deal.
After writing the book, I know now why.
Today’s LC/NC tools are an order of magnitude more powerful, extensible, user-friendly, and affordable than their predecessors. All sorts of organizations are already putting them to good use. I think that you’ll find the case studies in Low-Code/No-Code particularly instructive.