Episode #004
1 February 2022
What is no‑code
and why does it matter?
with
Lola Ojabowale
from Lunch Pail Labs
Notes

I’m the worst person to talk about no-code: I always want to code everything from scratch!

So I asked Lola Ojabowale from Lunch Pail Labs to help me out.

We talked about how the no-code revolution is helping people build everything from simple web sites to complex SaaS products, without writing a line of code.

And we talked about why it matters: how no-code makes software innovation permissionless and available to ever more people.

You can find links to all Lola’s content at lola.fyi or you can connect with her on Twitter at @ojabowalola.

Lola mentioned these no-code products:

Lola also mentioned Riverside, the product I used to record this podcast, because it’s a brilliant way to record high-quality audio and video. This is an affiliate link, so if you’re interested in using Riverside to record your own podcasts, I’d be forever grateful if you’d click here to check it out and support my podcasting at the same time!

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Quotes
“I think we all benefit when the pool of people who are able to create the software that we interact with come from an increasingly broad set of perspectives and life experiences”
Lola Ojabowale
from Lunch Pail Labs
on the Tangled Web podcast
“If you have an idea for a way to solve a problem with software, you don’t have to convince anyone to help you build that idea”
Lola Ojabowale
from Lunch Pail Labs
on the Tangled Web podcast
“No‑code changes the calculus for a non‑technical founder who wants to solve a problem”
Lola Ojabowale
from Lunch Pail Labs
on the Tangled Web podcast