The story of how regular people with no coding knowledge whatsoever come to see merit in no-code platforms and integrate them in their lives for mundane things like charity work, while professional coders keep arguing about what is and is not “real programming”.

“… Programmers fight over semicolon placement and the right way to be object-oriented or functional or whatever else will let them feel in control and smarter and more economically safe, and always I want to shout back: Code isn't enough on its own. … Code is a story we tell about data…”

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