Why nocode/Visual computing is important to a senior developer who has coded for 30+ years

Fraser Gorrie
Fraser Gorrie

In this show I interview Fraser Gorrie – a senior software developer who has added Bildr to his collection of tools to build applications for his customers. Fraser has been a mentor for me in learning about software development in general and Bildr in particular. The more I learn from him the more inspired I am to continue on my own path of building web apps both for personal use and maybe even for my own business.

Listen in to find out how and why Fraser has incorporated a visual development tool into his practice, and how this impacts his business in delivering applications for clients.

Listen in to learn how and why Fraser has incorporated a visual development tool into his practice, and how this impacts his business in delivering applications for clients. Time codes are below.

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0:00  Fraser’s background as an independent software developer

2:54 Javascript past, present and why it’s important  

5:30 Why did you start using a visual development environment 

8:36 Finding Bildr and how it impacts your design and the customer relations 

11:20 Keeping your options open as an independent delivering code also when needed 

15:29 Opinionated versus unopionated tools 

21:19 Using CSS in a visual computing tool – progressing from novice to intermediate expertise.

25:14 No code/visual computing tools are here to stay and the value of comparing tools

Looking for an experienced software developer for your project – Contact Fraser Gorrie www.FraserGorrie.com

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