Entries by Jesse Meijers

The real reason your software projects cost more than quoted

It was the summer of 2001, when I walked into the office of a small student recruitment agency. They were in the business of finding exceptionally talented students for part-time jobs working in the IT industry. For students, it meant bringing their knowledge into practice, while for the companies it was both an opportunity to […]

5 tips to foster creativity in your team

Over the past years working with the amazing team at Triggre, I have learned a few valuable lessons on how to foster creativity in a team. Just because your team consists of the best people, doesn’t mean that they will be creative. And while it is absolutely true that some are more creative than others, […]

The Triggre Academy: Goals, approach, plans

At Triggre, we are always looking for more ways to let people experience how easy it can be to create their own software using our platform. We want to take away the threshold which many consider impassable. Of course, Triggre is an easy-to-work-with tool in itself, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have a learning […]

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Introducing: The Triggre Academy

Amersfoort, June 26, 2018 – In the past few years we have trained many customers, interns and employees to be able to use Triggre. Learning Triggre only takes a short time, because we focus on keeping Triggre as simple as possible, while providing a lot of functionality at the same time. Interns at Triggre have been […]

How much code can be used in no-code platforms?

Code in no-code platforms, that must not be possible, right? Because if you would be allowed to use code in a no-code platform, wouldn’t that make it a low-code platform? Well, the truth may surprise you. What exactly is code? This is a harder question to answer than you may think. Because the definition of […]

The difference between low-code and no-code platforms

In my earlier post I talked about the rise of no-code platforms as the next step beyond low-code platforms. We briefly looked at the difference between them, and in this post we’ll take a closer look at some of the distinct differences between low-code platforms on the one hand, and no-code platforms on the other. Target audience […]

The rise of no-code platforms

Recent years have given rise to many low-code platforms. A low-code platform allows coders to gain a higher productivity, because a lot of the tasks they normally perform can be done in a visual editor, from which the platform generates code. This process is about 2 to 8 times faster than regular coding, according to […]