Over the years, the site has helped over a million people build their idea, get their business going or score a big win in their career.
The site was originally created by Sam Dickie, who poured hundreds of hours into curating tools, writing articles and promoting the no code movement, which eventually turned into today's huge market of tools, makers, resources and successes. The site was later bought over by myself (Nile Frater) - I've been a fan of and have worked-in the no code space for years, so this was a natural move.
Since then, I've had three mains goals:
Today, NoCode.tech is the largest education platform in the NoCode/LowCode space and helps over 30,000 people learn to build software without coding every single month.