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No Code

The no code movement aims to make more parts of business and tech development available to those who don’t know how to code. Many no code solutions are open source, lending to the mission of democratizing tech and making it accessible to everyone regardless of resources.

No code platforms use a drag-and-drop approach to building, with pre-built templates allowing users to quickly put together everything from landing pages to entire mobile applications.

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Product Managers and Technical Skills

Successful product managers come from a huge variety of backgrounds. They bring unique and varied skills to the table, yet everyone seems to focus largely on technical skills.

 ‘Technical Skills’ mean the following:

  • Coding/Programming languages: HTML, CSS, Javascript, C+, and Python are the most common for beginners.
  • SQL : Used for data management and manipulation.
  • Data structures and algorithms.

Product Management sits at the centre of design, business, and technology. If you're skilled at only one and are willing to learn the other two, you can go for a Product Manager role.

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Really Good Website Popup Ideas
  • Offer free shipping with an entry popup. An entry popup is the type of popup that appears as soon as your site has loaded. 
  • Offer your core services right at the beginning with an entry popup. You can also ask people to go to your sign-up page and get started with your product.
  • Offer a discount with a scroll popup. Scroll popups appear when the reader has scrolled down a certain percentage of the page.
  • Use a tiny side popup for newsletter subscriptions. Newsletter subscription popups usually appear on the blog page (blog readers are the people who are the most interested in your stories.)

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