No-code has hit the mainstream. Gartner predicts that by 2025 exploding IT workloads coupled with developer shortages will result in 70% of new applications created by enterprises will use low-code or no-code technologies.
In this panel discussion, CEOs from Webflow, Bubble, and Formstack are pulling back the curtain to share their insights on the growing no-code movement, its impact on companies and employees alike, and how you can take advantage of the no-code economy that’s quickly emerging.
Vlad is the co-founder and CEO of Webflow, a company that is working on empowering designers and entrepreneurs to design, build, and launch websites and applications without having to learn how to code. In a past life, he studied to become a 3D animator with dreams of working at Pixar, but happened to fall in love with the power of programming for the web midway through art school. Most days, you can find him on Twitter yelling into the cloud about how no-code is going to change the world.
Emmanuel is the founder and co-CEO of Bubble, a visual programming language for web and mobile applications whose goal is to make code obsolete. Born in Paris, Emmanuel studied computer science and mathematics at Ecole Polytechnique and received his MBA from Harvard Business School. Emmanuel is committed to breaking the economic limits.
Chris is CEO of Formstack, a workplace productivity platform helping companies digitize what matters, automate workflows, and fix processes—all without code. Launched in 2006, Formstack is trusted by more than 27,000 organizations worldwide—including Cleveland Clinic, NHL, Netflix, Twitter, and Butler University—to quickly and easily build custom forms, create documents, and collect eSignatures.
Lacey is not only the Head of Education at Adalo, but also the founder of Women in No-Code, a community focused on empowering and equipping women in their no-code journey. She is also a co-founder of Visual Dev Co., a training and education platform for no-code; as well as a co-founder in Visual, a freelancer marketplace. She works with startups to craft their products and is passionate about educating people on using no-code solutions.