Many people who start working in low code regularly ask me about some of the best low code resources, blogs, and magazines.
Since there are many developers, bloggers and sites out there who share their Low-Code experience, it’s a hard game to follow all of them. Therefore, we collected the following Low-Code blogs and present you a list of low-code blogs worth reading.
Be on top of the Low-Code game
In order to stay up-to-date on the latest Low-Code trends, we put our heads together at VisionX and curated this list of what we believe are the best Low-Code blogs you should be reading right now.
While this isn’t your classical blog, Forrester should be on top of everyone’s reading list in this industry.
Besides its Forrester new wave – that explores the top low code vendors – it is well known for its analysis and evaluations in the low-code area.
To read all low-code blog articles from Forrester, simply follow this link.
2) Low-Code Daily
The Low-code daily is a daily curation of the most important news in the Low-Code industry Curated by Nigel Warren.
If you subscribe to the site, you’ll receive a daily digest of news and articles from “the world’s leading providers of Low-code and no-code application development platforms”.
Therefore, the low-code daily is a highly popular low code resource that regularly pops up on our screens.
While you might be familiar with CIOReview.com, you probably haven’t recognized that it also has an entire section just for low code relevant topics.
As CIOReview (the name says it all) is mostly focused on C-level content, you’ll find articles ranging from digital transformation to enterprise workflow automation in low code, to agile development methodologies.
4) ADTMAG – Application Development Trends
Although ADTMag is rather a fully-fledged development magazine, it has a good variety of low-code relevant blog articles in there, too.
ADTMag in general – and its low code section in particular – is definitely a blog we recommend checking regularly for new low code articles.
If you work in software engineering, chances are high that you came across DZone before. DZone is a great platform providing a broad variety of tech-related content.
With more than 70,000 articles overall, DZone has been a great resource for us many times. And while they don’t have a separate low-code section on their site (yes, looking at you, DZone), you’ll find plenty of Low-Code content. Actually, there are more than 70,000 articles alone for the topic of low code.
Simply start a search query yourself.
6) John R. Rymer
Technically, he isn’t a blog, correct. However, John is such a major source of inspiration that he just can’t be left out of this list.
John R. Rymer – Vice President at Forrester Research – has been the person inviting the industry and coining the term of Low-Code.
Therefore, we highly recommend following him and his content online.
OK – obviously we drink our own champagne as well. Therefore, please forgive me our little self-plug.
At VisionX, we aim to share our low code expertise with others. Either be through event speaking, face-to-face interactions, and since recently also through our own Low-Code blog.
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While the Low-Code industry is growing overall, we see many Low-Code blogs popping up. Still, we are certain that there’s room for more, great Low-Code content.
Which Low-Code blogs are you reading?
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