Today we have a seeming ubiquity of the coding generation: rapid application development can be found everywhere, and it has infected every corporate department. But what is lost in this rush to coding everywhere is that you really don’t need to be a programmer anymore. Not because everyone seems to want to become one. But because the best kinds of collaboration happen when you don’t have to write any code whatsoever.
You can read my post about this topic in the Quickbase The Fast Track blog here.