Growth begets further growth. It worked for Facebook, and it’s working for citizen developers, too.
“Technology is wonderful when it isn’t in the way.”
—Marillion, “Montreal”, words by h
Kind of a Big Deal
Make no mistake: Low-code/no-code has arrived.
Low-Code/No-Code Table of Contents
A high-level overview of the new opus.
Looking to Profile a Few Citizen Developers for the New Book
If you’re a power LC/NC user, we should talk.
Announcing My 13th Book
Low-Code/No-Code: Citizen Developers and the Surprising Future of Business Applications drops in early November.
Vote on the Subtitle for Why New Enterprise Systems Fail
Help me figure out the right handful of words to help me describe the third edition of my first book.
On Piano Teachers, Windows XP, and Aversion to Change
A trip to the Genius Bar brought back some interesting memories.
The Case for a Transparent Hiring Process
In my first post of the new year, I chime in with thoughts on how one can serve as a critical point of differentiation in the war for talent.
Work Visualized: Before and After Covid
My attempt to succinctly sum up the massive changes that have taken place.
Slack Continues Its Assault on Multi-Tasking and Manual Work
No, yesterday’s updates won’t eliminate multi-tasking. Make no mistake, though: Users will spend less time toggling between and among disparate applications.