Technology Tangents | AI vs. no code: Higher abstraction tooling & its impact on business

Author: Credera Team

Credera is excited to announce the release of our Technology Tangents podcast episode: “AI vs. no code: Higher abstraction tooling & its impact on business.”

In Technology Tangents: Conversations for Leaders in Tech, Credera’s Chief Technology Officer, Jason Goth, and Chief Data Scientist, Vincent Yates, bring leaders together to discuss the modern technologies of today and how organizations should navigate the implications for tomorrow.

The discussions are fun, lighthearted, and frankly opinionated, but hopefully it gives technology leaders a sense of what matters, what to pay attention to, and what to ignore.

This podcast is available on iTunesSpotify, and Anchor FM.

On this episode

Low-code tools and generative AI are revolutionizing the technology space before our eyes. As business leaders look to innovate and leverage these impressive tools, there’s a lot to consider. The right solution will depend on requirements, expected development time, risk, in-house skill set, and of course, budget.

In our latest episode of Technology Tangents, we are joined by Jeremiah Stone, CTO of SnapLogic, and Greg Benson, Chief Scientist at SnapLogic, who are at the forefront of helping leaders think through these important decisions.

When and where should leaders use these tools verses building a system in house? What cautions and risks should they keep in mind? And how do you set up your organization to take advantage of these new technology superpowers?

The group discuss the evolution of what SnapLogic leaders call “higher abstraction tooling” (generative AI, low-code environments, integrated development environments [IDEs], and even platforms like SnapLogic) and share their top recommendations for executives.

Listen now.