What opportunities can low-code offer developers?

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Chief Technology Evangelist in Software, 501 - 1,000 employees
Low-code provides a way to optimize productivity for developers. I think the fundamental issue we are facing today is while software creating the differentiators and competitive advantage for companies in every business domain, there is a lack of skilled developers to cater the demand. . Whomever we can recruit and retain, we need to find ways to make them more productive. 

The problem is that current low-code platforms are built for semi-technical users, or “citizen developers.” So we are trying to make low-code interesting for professional developers to then make them more productive in our low-code platform ‘Choreo’. Because when it comes to development, there are interesting tasks involved but there are also boring tasks like accessing a database or doing data mapping. So we’re looking at how we can offload some of those repetitive, less interesting tasks onto low-code.
Head, Information Security and Compliance in Finance (non-banking), 1,001 - 5,000 employees
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Director of IT in Software, 201 - 500 employees
-Faster deployment time and speeding up development cycles (rapid iterations),
-Increased agility in app development,
-Less maintenance as some of the components via the help of low code is standardized, pretested, ready to use and have fewer bugs,
-Speed up automatic tasks and end-to-end processes
-Greater productivity for developers by using automation, having simplified process life cycle etc.

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