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This investor writes the first check to seed startups and he says ‘low code, no code’ is the next big thing in enterprise startups

“Enterprises are still in the early stages of moving their workloads to clouds, which means that there are tons of opportunities for cloud startups to dive into” writes Rosalie Chan for businessinsider.com. The job gives Sim a window into the latest industry trends, and he pointed to a recent “low code, no code” theme in which startups build programs and apps with little to no code.And with constant attacks and vulnerabilities in software, security startups can help strike the balance between security and how fast developers can build a product.What’s more, these startups make it easier for people to build applications, often without writing code.
 
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