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Low-Code webinar with @TIBCO – new ways for business and IT to develop and innovate together

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Liveappas_rev1_1200I’m back at the webinars this Thursday (April 26), with the first of two parts in a series on low-code and how it enables business and IT to work better together. Together with Roger King and Nicolas Marzin of TIBCO, we’re doing another one of our free-ranging “fireside chat” discussions, such as we did on case management last November. This time, we dig into more of the technical and governance issues of how low-code application development platforms are used across organizations by both business developers and IT.

You can sign up for the webinar here.

I’m also putting the finishing touches on a white paper that goes into more of these concepts in depth. Sign up for the webinar and you’ll get a link to the paper afterwards.

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