Low-code development is not a new concept, but since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic earlier this year, it has become increasingly popular. Low code helps businesses adapt to ever-changing environments quickly by allowing them to build, customize and deploy apps with little to no coding. It enables organizations to accelerate their innovation, automation and transformation efforts.
“With low-code applications, business analysts, project managers, operations teams and other business users are empowered to implement solutions for themselves,” said Prodly CEO Max Rudman. “Consequently, technical developers have more time to focus on projects that require specialized skills. Because developers are now able to focus on tasks that really do require programming expertise, they become more productive, too.”
On Nov. 19, the low-code community will come together for the first Low Code Today Virtual Summit to take a look at low code/no code in today’s new normal and highlight the impact of the rapid acceleration of low code use in the wake of COVID-19.
Here’s a sneak peek of some of the discussions that will take place during the event by some of the distinguished speakers presenting at Low Code Today.
Accelerate Digital Transformation With Low Code
In this interview, ServiceNow CIO Chris Bedi shares the main benefits of low code and talks about the ServiceNow Citizen Developer Program. During his keynote presentation, Chris will share a CIO perspective on rolling out low-code applications at scale, best practices from rolling out ServiceNow Citizen Developer Program and suggested guardrails to ensure a successful and secure implementation.
Empowering Citizen Developers With Low Code
During this interview, Kianda Chief Operating Officer Derya Sousa explains how low code accelerates digital transformation and empowers citizen developers. Derya will be presenting at Low Code Today Virtual Summit along with Kianda CEO Osvaldo Sousa. During their session, Derya and Osvaldo will discuss how organizations use low-code/no-code platforms to build fully responsive, easy-to-deploy enterprise applications – all without the need for any coding.
How Low Code Is Transforming Software Development
Rackspace CTO Jeff DeVerter joined us to explain how low code is transforming software development and how Robotic Process Automation (RPA) complements low-code application platforms. During his keynote presentation, he will explain the newfound prominence of low code and outline how enterprises can best utilize the technology to accelerate the delivery of software and applications.
Low Code Today features a full day of keynotes, panel discussions, Q&As, workshops and more from low-code pundits and pioneers. Attendees will get an intimate look at how organizations are embracing low-code technologies to advance their business while improving user experience.
Some other speakers presenting at the virtual event include:
- Matt Calkins, CEO at Appian (keynote speaker)
- Jennifer Sable Lopez, Sr. Director, Community and Advocacy at OutSystems; Malcolm Ross, Deputy CTO at Appian; Marcus Torres, VP Product Management, Platform Business and Foundation at ServiceNow; Sephanie Louis, Global Head of Developer Community, Pega (keynote panel)
- Lori Breitbarth, Sr. Principal IT Program Manager at MedTronic
- Dan Stoll, Director of Technical Product Marketing and Sean Fiene, Senior Technical Enablement Manager at Nintex (joint discussion)
- Mayur Shah, Senior Director Product Management at WaveMaker
- Purnima Bihari, Technical Product Manager at Security Compass
- Boris Crismancich, Head of Business Development at Katulu
- Mitch Ashley, CEO at ASG and Parker Yates, CRO at MediaOps (joint discussion)
The virtual environment features auditoriums with three tracks where attendees can watch the sessions by industry experts and an exhibit hall lined with booths showcasing the latest solutions from leading low-code companies. In the exhibit hall, attendees can download resources and interact with partner sponsors including ServiceNow, Appian, OutSystems, Prodly, Skuid, WaveMaker and DB Maestro.
To check out the full agenda or to register for free, visit the Low Code Today website.