Will the low-code and no-code movement kill developer jobs?

No, it will encourage more people to become developers.49%

No, the job market will remain consistent.46%

Yes, it will result in fewer developer jobs.5%


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Director of Technology Strategy in Services (non-Government), 2 - 10 employees
It's a balance between simple development and complex development.

Apps like Caspio and Bubble IO provide a way for the average person to build a good MVP, test out a concept, and establish it more. 

Online forms like Jotforms or Gravity Forms allows for data capture and simple management.

Zapier enables two applications to talk to each other.

All are Low Code and answer the simple element.

But complex applications (video games, enterprise software, etc) requires someone with the right skills and experience to be able to turn requirements into outcomes in a way that does not compromise security, stability or availability.

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