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No code levels the playing field, anyone can create courses like this and teach what they no, without being forced to use a platform and without having to do anything in terms of tech skills. It’s really just connecting services to each other.
It’s a great time to be a maker. The no-code movement is democratizing entrepreneurship.
I know how to get by with coding but I also work full-time. After finding Makerpad and the community that Ben has created I’ve felt more confident in building and shipping products and idea.
As a non-technical, former Sociology major, I'm eager to see more people have the same ability to have an impact without necessarily needing to know how to 'write code'.
Makerpad is the ultimate community for entrepreneurial generalists, like myself. I love that I can think of an idea and bring it to an active community of people who help me build it. I’ve made a handful of great friends in the process.
The best thing about "no code" isn't so much the "no code", but rather how it further dismantles the bullshit notion that making stuff is an activity reserved only for Very Serious Developers™
Learn to code? Convince someone technical to help?
That's expensive and time consuming.
Makerpad is the answer