This is a continuation of my presentation from Benchmark Learning’s TechFuse.
My other presentation was on day two of the conference and dealt primarily with SharePoint and how organizations can rapidly create business applications using out of the box features or taping into other products.
Something that I always try to incorporate into my presentations in the “Crawl, Walk, Run” approach to doing No-Code Application building. As always I believe organizations need to work on the Out of the Box (OOB) features first and have those work for you before getting into third party tools or even getting into code. Examples of Crawl, Walk, Run approach include:
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