• Citizen Development and Millennials – The Perfect Match

    These top three values of Millennials make them a perfect match to become successful citizen developers.

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    Second annual State of Citizen Development Report from QuickBase Inc. reveals average time to build an application is less than 2 weeks for citizen development vs. more than 2 months for traditional development.

  • Perform a Regular Audit to Keep Low-Code Apps Fresh

    Companies aren’t stagnant entities – processes change, products and people come and go. Apps need to be kept fresh and flexible so they continue to be relevant.

  • How to Avoid Duplication of Effort in Low-Code App Building

    When utilizing citizen development, here are 5 ways different departments can keep from reinventing the wheel when an app solution has already been created.

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  • Manual Processes that are Good Candidates for Low-Code Apps

    How do you wrangle those precious spreadsheets out of the hands of the people who love them so you can assess whether they’re a perfect candidate for a low- code app?

  • Shadow IT – Don’t Be Scared Be Prepared

    Although citizen development has moved out of the realm of Shadow IT, it still causes IT departments anxiety. Steps IT can take to grow more comfortable around citizen development applications.

  • Signs You Should Replace Microsoft Access with an Online Database

    Here are some ways to recognize the warning signs and start thinking about whether or not an online database should replace your Microsoft Access programs.

  • The Benefits of Being in a Hackathon

    With the number of coding for cash contests, popularly called hackathons, exploding, now might be the time that you should consider participating, even if you aren’t a total coder.

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  • Five Types of People You Might Meet at QuickBase EMPOWER

    A few examples of citizen developers improving digital operations across their organizations whom you may run into at a QuickBase user event.

  • How Can a Non-Programmer Learn to Build Business Applications?

    Where can the non-programmer learn how to code or build business applications without coding skills or a professional programming degree?