Leeds-based data analytics and software firm Panintelligence has launched a new initiative to highlight the emerging topic of no/low code.
The No Code Lab has been launched with the hope of building a community of enthusiasts and open up the conversation around no/low code.
The initiative will provide a range of informative and thought-provoking content alongside hosting collaborative events around prevalent topics. These events will bring together specialist firms that are leading the way in the no-code space.
Zandra Moore, CEO of Panintelligence and Founder of No Code Lab said: “No code is massively disrupting the sector by enabling firms to deploy solutions at rapid rates and opening up the door to coding novices. With No Code Lab, we hope to create an open source community where people can debate, learn and collaborate.
“We want to build a community that aims to tackle societal issues through no code and one that hopes to accelerate change.”
The initiative hopes to inspire both seasoned coders and complete beginners to learn more about no code and understand how it can help them. They will have the opportunity to speak directly with experts in the field and learn first-hand about the latest platforms.
No Code Lab is officially launching with their first event, No Code- No Idea? on the 3rd September.
This introductory event will be hosted by Moore who will give explanation of the initiative’s aims and answering the question, what is no code? It will also include a panel of tech specialist who will be quizzed on their knowledge of the subject and what it means to the future of tech.