5 Industries that Leverage Low-Code for Better Efficiency

The low-code movement is as old as the term “computer programming.” In 1951, Grace Hopper developed the first compiler. It was one of the first movements toward using “less code.” Before that, however, instructing computers was a rather demanding task. It started with changing physical gears to execute calculations in Charles Babbage’s difference engine. Next, in 1942, the US government replaced that with ENIAC, which used presets and rewired switches (electric signals).

Subsequently, in 1945, John Von Neumann, the director of the Electronic Computer Project at Princeton’s Institute for Advanced Study, came up with two concepts that would go on to play a significant role in the development of modern programming languages. These were the  “shared-program technique” and “conditional control transfer.”

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