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Why check out no-code platforms? They are producing a new (maybe better) class of software developer

Let’s talk about “no-code:” No-code platforms are capitalizing on the fact that this is how most business and product professionals view software development. We get it, we kind of understand it, but if something doesn’t work like it’s supposed to, the syntax to get what we want is way out of our league. But now, users of no-code platforms don’t need to know anything about syntax. Interested? Read one to learn more.

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Capitol Broadcasting leads investors in new coding firm Momentum Learning

Capitol Broadcasting is the lead investor in a new coding school startup, Momentum Learning, that will be operate in Durham and Raleigh. Momentum is led by two former executives with The Iron Yard, a coding school that has ceased operations. It offered courses in the Triangle. Jessica Mitsch, the founding CEO, confirmed that CBC, which is the parent company of and WRAL TechWire as well as American Underground where Momentum will be based, led the recently disclosed funding of $400,000. And Mitsch says Momentum is ramping up rapidly. “We have already selected and hired our first group staff,”...

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