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    I was pretty impressed when I tried Blockly although complex logic is still complex logic even if you do not have to worry about syntax.

    IFTTT obviously brings very simple non-code programming to the masses and that's perhaps the level this works well at.
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    No code is mentioned by people that don't know how to code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by founder View Post
    No code is mentioned by people that don't know how to code.
    Well done, you've spotted the core feature.
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    I think they'll find, if they use it to a sufficiently complex degree, it's NoCode as in NoSQL. i.e. not only code.
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    Who writes the code for the applications for people who can't code?
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    Quote Originally Posted by darmstadt View Post
    Who writes the code for the applications for people who can't code?
    Erm ...

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    AtW has probably already done a DOOMED thread for this in general.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darmstadt View Post
    Who writes the code for the applications for people who can't code?
    People who can.
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    you programmers may laugh, but software defined networking has removed most of the skill from networking and made it all about learning the vendors platform.
    Just try finding a proper routing table in Azure.

    This may grow arms and legs and replace a lot of mainstream programming work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance View Post
    you programmers may laugh, but software defined networking has removed most of the skill from networking and made it all about learning the vendors platform.
    Just try finding a proper routing table in Azure.

    This may grow arms and legs and replace a lot of mainstream programming work.
    It already has. The current project I'm working on is taking days to write what until recently would be months if not years of work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance View Post
    you programmers may laugh, but software defined networking has removed most of the skill from networking and made it all about learning the vendors platform.
    Just try finding a proper routing table in Azure.

    This may grow arms and legs and replace a lot of mainstream programming work.
    networking is a defined process that hardly changes, you cant get code to write new business logic

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