Leeds-based no-code initiative, No Code Lab is making waves with its relaunch.
No Code Lab has recently received new funding from Leeds City Council to help the initiative grow and help progress the no code movement in the North. The grant aims to drive the innovation ecosystem in the region and develop talent in emerging technology areas.
Co-created by Zandra Moore, CEO of Panintelligence and director of Halston Marketing, Georgia Halston, the community aims to bring together like-minded enthusiasts, driving the conversation surrounding no/low code.
Zandra speaks about the re-launch “We are so excited to be bringing No Code Lab back. We have been working away in the background, planning on how we can grow this initiative to become an ecosystem of enthusiasts and collaborators, inspiring entrepreneurs and aiding innovators in the no code field.”
Georgia adds “We wanted to make sure the relaunch was something to remember and there has already been a lot of debate in the industry if no code is an amazing innovation or if it takes away the art of coding. So, we thought we would let the judge and jury decide.”
To re-launch the brand with a bang, No Code Lab will be hosting their first in-person event entitled No Code Court.
“The no code movement has been accused of crimes against development.”
For the Prosecution
• Lawrence Dudley - director at Parallax
• Daniel Amini - head of Microsoft Technologies at BJSS
For the Defense
• Frances Odera Matthews - certified notion consultant & digital product nerd at thenotionbar.com
• Thomas Leite - project director Audacia
The judge of course will be The Right Honourable Zandra Moore Presiding. Sign up for the event via the Eventbrite page.