Tuesday, October 11, 2022
Does Low Code Mean Low Testing? A #PNSQC2022 Live Blog
There has been a number of increases in various software development and deployment options referred to as "low code" or "no code". What this usually means is that the software development tools in question have created systems and abstractions to either hide the code created or to effectively minimize the amount of new code that needs to be written based on built-in methods and implementations. Intriguing, but with that methodology, does that limit our ability to test or interact with systems?