The Ugly Truth About Traditional Application Development

Gartner predicts that market demand for application development will grow at least five times faster than the available skills and resources to enable IT to deliver it through 2021. Why? Because the complexity of application development is at an all-time high. The sheer number of languages, skillsets and frameworks-of-the month that programmers are expected to …

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Getting Started With a Low-code Solution

The right low-code software development platform will significantly reduce costs over the entire software development lifecycle. They also shield developers from having to worry about how their project will be deployed across various devices, interfaces and platforms, enabling them to remain focused on quickly delivering business applications and value. Below is a list of the …

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Intro to Low-code: The Transformative Potential for App Dev

Low-code development platforms enable the creation of software applications using far less program code than would typically be needed versus traditional computer programming languages. Software development is often a lengthy and complex process so low-code’s promise to simplify, accelerate and reduce the cost of application development is a very attractive proposition for busy software teams. …

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Frank Sarnelli named IBM Systems Magazine “Fresh Face”

It’s not surprising Frank Sarnelli joins the list of young professionals who have been named by IBM Power Systems Magazine as a “Fresh Face” to the IBM computing community. Frank has a burning desire to push the boundaries of technology to solve enterprise business problems and meet customer needs. Frank joined the LANSA Technical Support …

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Braum’s Speeds Mobile App Development with LANSA

Interested in building mobile apps but don’t have mobile app developers on staff? Braum’s Ice Cream & Dairy Stores felt the same pain. The way the company saw it, they could either hire mobile developers, outsource development or find a platform they could train their existing team to use. Given the choice, Paul Clark, Braum’s …

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