Hi, I’m Bryce.
I love building with no-code because it feels like building with LEGO.
I work for Zapier.
I share what I learn and enjoy teaching. I taught a free automation course on Zapier that has over 10,000 students enrolled.
I like to make complicated things easy to understand.
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In 2021, we’ll see people learn no-code as the first step towards learning how to code.
In 2021, we’ll see more businesses run by individuals instead of teams and companies of people. They will focus on serving hyper-niches.read more
2020 has been the year for no-code exploration.
2021 will be the year for no-code adoption.
To make money while you sleep, you need to learn how to build or sell.read more
Dru Riley who runs Trends.vc
Jack Butcher who runs Visualize Value
David Perell who runs his newsletters Monday Musings and Friday Finds
Naval who inspired them all.
Here’s a shortcut for building no-code products. They are no different from coded products.
You need someone to research, someone to design, and someone to build.read more
Do not automate things that need human judgement.
But, when possible, automate. As we say at Zapier, “Don’t be a robot, build the robot.”
If you want to avoid headaches and wasted time, you need to plan your no-code app. A no-code app plan looks similar no matter what type of app you are creating. Thankfully.read more
Webflow and Bubble dominate the no-code conversation on Twitter. But there is a race going on behind the scenes that no one talks about.read more
Every no-code project will have different needs. Airtable is best if you need to interact with the data behind your app in visual ways. Google Sheets is best if you need a simple and free solution that has a robust integration with Zapier.read more
The best way to learn no-code is to build. Building works best when there is something specific to build and focus on.
Building something new is easier when you do it with others.