The no code is to emojis what the code is to the alphabet.

It is clear that El Quijote could not have been written with emojis and neither could amazon.com have been made with a Shopify to which we connect things with Zapier. When we sell online we don't usually need even 1% of Amazon's functionalities and certainly we can't afford the investment in software development that Jeff Bezos' company has made; in our daily life we can communicate many times with emojis although not everything can be expressed that way.

Emojis are not bad and the alphabet is good just as no-code is not bad and code is good, but we must also take into account that if the alphabet has hardly changed since the 18th century, emojis grow in complexity and precision every month, the same happens to the no-code phenomenon.


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