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Decoding Automation Podcast: #1 'The No-Code Manifesto'

What motivates someone to write a manifesto about no-code? And why is it necessary to create one in the world of automation?

These are some of the questions that we ask Claus Topholt in this very first episode of Decoding Automation, a no-code podcast brought to you by LEAPWORK.

 

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Three years ago, Claus Topholt did the early prototype of the no-code automation platform that today is known as LEAPWORK.

With the platform, LEAPWORK sought to change the way people looked at automation, both in RPA and test automation. They did so by building a robust and intuitive platform that would automate any interaction between a human and a computer - without writing a single line of code.

All the technology trends and challenges are pointing towards scriptless automation. So how is it that so many people are still skeptical about the no-code revolution? Is codeless automation really the future?

In this episode, you will learn about 'The No-Code Manifesto' and Claus Topholt's opinion on some of the most pressing questions in the automation industry:

  • Is no-code automation useful in test automation, where code is the common language in software development?
  • When you oversimplify processes, don't you lose something important along the way?
  • What if we reach a point in which everyone learns how to code? Wouldn't that solve the problem?

If you want to learn more about no-code automation, we recommend you to download our whitepaper: Test Automation: The Codeless Answer, where you will gain a deeper insight into this topic.

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Lucia Cavero-Baptista
Lucia Cavero-Baptista
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