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Newest topic:Mulesoft locked Help for non-registered users

Actual topic:Non-technical users as a developers

Last message:Dragomir, Friday, 22.5.2020 / 15:55

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Author of topic:Edo Schatz

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Edo Schatz

M / 45 years

Köln

Germany

Level: New hope / 45 posts

Title: Administrator

Posted: Friday, 29.11.2019 / 11:48 Edited: Friday, 22.5.2020 / 15:56

Topic: Non-technical users as a developers

There are those who imagine a company where non-technical users can develop a new product or a service or automate something. The general idea is that by using almighty RESTfull APIs, one non-IT person should be able to extract and/or manipulate data and do something with it.

And now I remember that story about a Windows user who searches for the key on the keyboard, when being asked to press ANY key.

What do you think, are we advancing to such age when a non-technical user is going to be able to fiddle around with REST APIs, with a goal to "crud" the data, without understanding what is actually happening under the hood.

In the world of Mulesoft, such people, together with those who would emphasis the use of Mulesoft in the companies, would be called Integration Trailblazers.

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Mijan

M / 51 years

Križevci

Croatia

Level: Newbie / 9 posts

Posted: Friday, 15.5.2020 / 17:51

Topic: Non-technical users as a developers

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Edo Schatz wrote:

And now I remember that story about a Windows user who searches for the key on the keyboard, when being asked to press ANY key.



Non technician to work with Mule. In a dream perhaps

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Dragomir

M / 43 years

Bulgaria

Level: Newbie / 3 posts

Posted: Friday, 22.5.2020 / 15:55

Topic: Non-technical users as a developers

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Edo Schatz wrote:

What do you think, are we advancing to such age when a non-technical user is going to be able to fiddle around with REST APIs, with a goal to "crud" the data, without understanding what is actually happening under the hood.

I strongly believe that we will never "advance" to such age.

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