No Coding, No Problem: How Anyone Can Be a Tech Founder
No engineering background required.
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Entrepreneurs of the future may seem a lot more tech savvy…while also being a lot less technically savvy. It's thanks to a movement called No Code, and it could change how business is built.
With a spate of new tools that don't require writing code, anyone can build a website, launch a mobile app, customize an e-commerce shopping experience, or even create a logo. "You don't need to have a computer science degree to start a tech company. You just need an idea," says Brianne Kimmel (pictured), whose VC fund, Worklife, has invested in these platforms. "The first No Code conference was just a year ago, so it's very new. But it's been fascinating to see, during COVID, the number of family members sitting down at the dinner table and starting a mini tech company."
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