The UK government now funds people to learn how NOT to code

Many local and national governments invest in funding to help people develop professional skills that can grow local business and improve their residents' lives. But the West Midlands region of the United Kingdom has become the first region in the world to turn to no-code technology like Bubble as an affordable, scalable solution to drive economic growth and innovation.

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Analysis shows that what in 2019 would have required an average of £250,000 investment, 18 months of development and a technical director or co-founder with a relevant degree (or in the case of Facebook four Harvard students) can now be achieved in 2-3 months with anywhere between £0 and £500 worth of investment.

Nice way to put it.