You may remember, when I last reviewed a Ubuntu Desktop Linux release, I declared it as predictable as an operating system can be…which is a good thing. The Ubuntu desktop has remained mostly the same for quite some time, which has allowed users to grow accustomed to how it works and how Canonical updates the OS. It’s slow and steady and it’s winning the race.
There’s no stopping the wave of low-code and no-code activities sweeping many companies — used by both citizen and professional developers alike. The capabilities delivered by these tools keep expanding. It’s only a question of how deep and wide low and no-code development can go in the enterprise — whether it’s still more suitable for smaller, less-scalable […]