Why do we bet on simplicity, but not on a no-code?
For the last six years we've been working with a few teams trying to figure out how we can make improvements to the way we deliver software.
Here're the core actions we've been taking to help teams become exceptional at delivery:
Simplifying complex concepts; enabling Rapid learning.
Automating manual tasks; enabling Consistency.
Creating tools on top of that simplification and automation; enabling Efficiency and reducing the cost of change.
Our goal is to enable everyone in the team, engineers, designers, product owners, and QA to continuously contribute to the final product.
Our focus is on engineering flexibility. To avoid black-boxing we're making an IDE type of code editor, but with more approachable syntax and productivity tools. It's still code, just a simple one.