Next week, on June 15-16, 2023, the largest regional developers’ conference will take place, featuring 80+ presentations divided into five tracks.
This time, I would like to invite all interested individuals to join my presentation on the topic of “Software development at the speed of light with Low-code platforms and AI.”
Here’s a brief introduction to the topic:
Faced with a chronic shortage of skilled developers in the job market, increasingly tight deadlines, and ever more ambitious business goals, companies attach particular importance to speeding up the software development process.
If there was a possibility for a significant reduction in the time required for development, where many popular terms such as “daily” or “sprint” would lose their meaning due to the speed of development, and if the number of developers could be significantly reduced, the problem that companies face today would be solved.
There have been numerous low-code/no-code (LCNC) platforms on the market for a long time, promising rapid application development and offering a plethora of built-in components, application monitoring, and visual debugging, ultimately enabling significant time savings regardless of whether you are developing for on-premises or the Cloud.
All of this sounds good, but most people remain skeptical, believing that in practice, full flexibility is still required, which can only be achieved using traditional development tools.
During the lecture, you will learn how to create modern, scalable, complex “mission-critical” applications using one of the many low-code/no-code platforms, the challenges you may encounter in practice with possible solutions, and how to modernize existing applications relatively quickly.
In addition, you will be able to see through concrete examples how artificial intelligence can further accelerate software development while reducing the number of programming errors. It achieves this by ensuring code security through the analysis of complex interdependencies of used libraries, generating unit tests and documentation, as well as facilitating code generation or migration from one programming language to another.
I hope you will enjoy the presentation.