Low code, no code, citizen development, AI automation, scalability — if you work in the tech world, it's likely that you have been encouraged to use tools in at least one of these spaces. And it's for a good reason, as Gartner has projected that by 2025, 70% of applications developed within organizations will have been built using low- and/or no-code technologies.

So does the practice live up to the hype?

Year over year, the answer is a resounding "yes" as the industry continues to evolve. Organizations have an increased demand for more frequent application releases and updates, and with that comes the need for increased efficiencies. And this is where low-code and no-code development practices shine. Sprinkle AI automation into low- and no-code development, and the scalability and opportunities are endless.

Join us for the Low-Code Development Virtual Roundtable as our panel of contributors and community members explore the integration techniques into current development processes, the role AI plays in relation to low- and no-code development, governance, intelligent automated testing, adoption challenges, and more.
Jesse Davis
Moderator, CTO, DZone
As the Chief Technologist @ DZone, Jesse is responsible for guiding the strategic direction of products and helping customers build the world’s largest, most engaging developer communities for companies like Disney, Amazon, SAP, Pixar, and Unity. Jesse has been building enterprise software and engineering teams for 25 years and is a respected executive, author, speaker, and coach.
Stelios Manioudakis
Lead Software QA Engineer, Transifex
Stelios has worked at Siemens and Atos as a software professional. He also worked in the RPA domain with Softomotive for the acquisition by Microsoft. Currently, he is working at Transifex as a Lead QA Engineer. He holds a PhD in Electrical, Electronic, and Computer Engineering from the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne.
Keanan Koppenhaver
Technical Product Marketing Manager, Retool
Keanan is a Technical PMM at Retool. After starting his career as a PHP developer and spending years building WordPress sites for clients large and small, he saw the light of what was possible with low- and no-code development tools. Now, he helps educate the community about how they can use low- and no- code tools to transform their day-to-day work, even if they wouldn't consider themselves a "developer". Much of his work is focused on AI and how the recent development in LLMs are going to unlock both the next generation of tools and empower a completely new group of people to build them.
Eric Goebelbecker
Programs Practice Manager, Hit Subscribe
For nearly 30 years, Eric worked as a developer and systems engineer at various Wall Street market data and trading firms. Now, he spends his time writing about technology and science fiction, training dogs, and cycling.
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