• Manual Processes that are Good Candidates for Low-Code Apps

    How do you wrangle those precious spreadsheets out of the hands of the people who love them so you can assess whether they’re a perfect candidate for a low- code app?

  • Gartner: It’s Time to Evolve the Conversation Between…

    Executive expectations of IT often are not aligned to what IT is capable of delivering. A Gartner brief details the necessity for CIOs to communicate more productively with business partners.

  • The Benefits of Being in a Hackathon

    With the number of coding for cash contests, popularly called hackathons, exploding, now might be the time that you should consider participating, even if you aren’t a total coder.

  • Five Types of People You Might Meet at QuickBase EMPOWER

    A few examples of citizen developers improving digital operations across their organizations whom you may run into at a QuickBase user event.

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  • How Can a Non-Programmer Learn to Build Business Applications?

    Where can the non-programmer learn how to code or build business applications without coding skills or a professional programming degree?

  • Rapid Application Development Executive Panel at EMPOWER 2016…

    At last week’s EMPOWER 2016 conference, we heard from a panel of executives regarding lessons learned from their rapid application development implementations.

  • Citizen Development Luminaries Share Insights at EMPOWER 2016

    A discussion on citizen development between Allison Mnookin, CEO, QuickBase, Inc. and Mark Driver, Gartner, Inc.

  • Geoffrey Moore: Models of Disruptive Innovation from #EMPOWER2016

    Geoffrey Moore kicks off EMPOWER2016 in his keynote on what factors would make citizen development “go big.”

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  • How Much Code Do You Need to Collaborate These Days?

    These days rapid application development can be found everywhere, and seemingly has infected every corporate department.

  • Radical Change by App Leaders is Key to Survival

    Application leaders must embrace “radical changes,” finds a new report from Gartner.