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Code-free development is the future| Anil Kumar Mishra | Sr. Tech Manager| Tech Mahindra|

It is believed by most experts that coding will eventually become obsolete Mostly. Business use-cases will likely always be there for hand coding that are specific to a particular enterprise. With low code and no code, one basically picks and chooses from a robust range of pre-sets and templates, tying it all together with only small snippets of code or no code at all. While agile and convenient, it’s unlikely these platforms will cover every specific needs of all the enterprises, so it’s possible that many businesses will need to run a low code and no code environment in tandem simultaneously with a hand code one.

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