The no-code event for innovation-driven IT professionals

No-Code Now! builds upon the previous successes of Betty Blocks on Stage. During this event, we’ll show you how IT professionals develop applications faster with the Betty Blocks no-code platform and apply advanced techniques in the escape hatch.

We’ll also dive into how organizations align their business and IT goals through a collaborative citizen development strategy, allowing the business to achieve more, while still protecting core business information.

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1950’s

EDSAC and Elvis

From the EDSAC paving the way for modern computing, to optical fibre, to the first microchip — the 1950s saw more advancements than Elvis could shake his hips at!

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1960’s

Birth of the almost-internet

Picture the development of the first mouse, BASIC, UNIX, and the beginnings of the internet, with computer scientists wearing flares and listening to The Beatles (probably).

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1970’s

Disco, C, and Pong!

This is where we go from the giant computers of the past, to smaller, faster, and more accessible. The 1970s gave us The C Programming Language, which is still used by the likes of Oracle and Microsoft today!

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1980’s

The World Wide Web!

From the Commodore 64, to CDs and VHS, to . . . wait for it . . . the World Wide Web! All against the backdrop of some incredibly cheesy music and some very, very big hair.

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Nintendo Entertainment System

1990’s

Java, Linux, and boy bands galore

From the Java Programming Language to Linux — and who could forget the timeless, heart-wrenching lyrics of the Backstreet Boys. I’m not crying, there’s just something in my eye.

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2000’s

Y2K, cloud computing, and Windows XP

The naughties gave us cloud computing, something we’re particularly grateful for, and Windows XP, something we’re . . . nevermind. We’re also pretty pleased that the world didn’t end with the millennium bug.

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Arduino
Arduino

2010’s

Gettin' Musky, Mobile Everything, and Talking Houses

Between Brexit, Trump, and Elon Musk being 1 step away from an evil genius, there’s no shortage of excitement in the last 10 years. On the tech front, we’re right on the cusp of that sci-fi tech we’ve always wanted!

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Elon_Musks_Tesla_Roadster_2010

1950’s

EDSAC and Elvis

From the EDSAC paving the way for modern computing, to optical fibre, to the first microchip — the 1950s saw more advancements than Elvis could shake his hips at!

Read all about it
Read all about it
Read all about it
Read all about it
edsac-blog
edsac-blog

1960’s

Birth of the almost-internet

Picture the development of the first mouse, BASIC, UNIX, and the beginnings of the internet, with computer scientists wearing flares and listening to The Beatles (probably).

Read all about it
Read all about it
Read all about it
Read all about it
unix-blog
unix-blog

1970’s

Disco, C, and Pong!

This is where we go from the giant computers of the past, to smaller, faster, and more accessible. The 1970s gave us The C Programming Language, which is still used by the likes of Oracle and Microsoft today!

Read all about it
Read all about it
Read all about it
Read all about it
1970-pong
1970-pong

1980’s

The World Wide Web!

From the Commodore 64, to CDs and VHS, to . . . wait for it . . . the World Wide Web! All against the backdrop of some incredibly cheesy music and some very, very big hair.

Read All About It
Read All About It
Read All About It
Read All About It
Nintendo Entertainment System
Nintendo Entertainment System

1990’s

Java, Linux, and boy bands galore

From the Java Programming Language to Linux — and who could forget the timeless, heart-wrenching lyrics of the Backstreet Boys. I’m not crying, there’s just something in my eye.

Read All About It
Read All About It
Read All About It
Read All About It
gettyimages-532505754
gettyimages-532505754

2000’s

Y2K, cloud computing, and Windows XP

The naughties gave us cloud computing, something we’re particularly grateful for, and Windows XP, something we’re . . . nevermind. We’re also pretty pleased that the world didn’t end with the millennium bug.

Read All About It
Read All About It
Read All About It
Read All About It
Arduino
Arduino

2010’s

Gettin' Musky, Mobile Everything, and Talking Houses

Between Brexit, Trump, and Elon Musk being 1 step away from an evil genius, there’s no shortage of excitement in the last 10 years. On the tech front, we’re right on the cusp of that sci-fi tech we’ve always wanted!

Elon_Musks_Tesla_Roadster_2010
Elon_Musks_Tesla_Roadster_2010

The program

No-Code Now! is a 2-day event with a jam-packed program. You’ll get something different on both days and we’d love to see you for the whole event. But, if you want to register for just one day, that’s fine too. Just make sure to reserve your spot ASAP!

Main Event | Thursday 19 march

The main event is filled with keynotes, one-on-one sessions, the No-Code Bar, debates, a trip down memory lane, and much more. Think Betty Blocks on Stage last year, with an extra pinch of salt and pepper.

 

  • Keynotes

  • Platform demos

  • No-code bar

  • Partner of the year awards

  • Food, fun, and more!

Workshop day | Wednesday 18 march | Sold Out

The No-Code Now! workshop day program has been carefully created thanks to input from registrants. There's a different schedule planned for both novice and experienced no-coders to ensure both groups walk away with the specific knowledge they need. 

 

Bottom line of the day is to ensure you get loads of hands-on platform experience. That means covering both the practical and process oriented side of Betty Blocks' no-code platform.

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Don't want to miss a thing? Download the app and you'll know exactly what's going on during No-Code Now. Still not sure? That's cool — at least let us take you back to when Snake was the height of mobile gaming!

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No-Code Now! by Betty Blocks Postponed Due to Concerning Coronavirus Spread Rate

Betty Blocks’ annual no-code event: No-Code Now! has been postponed until later in 2020. This decision was made based on developments surrounding the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak in the Netherlands. Our plan is to reschedule the event after this summer to ensure the virus can be effectively dealt with before hosting the event. 

 

“The health of our visitors, speakers, and colleagues is always paramount. Despite the fact that the RIVM (National Institute of Public Health in the Netherlands) has not yet given negative advice regarding events, we have decided to postpone our event for total security” said Victor Küppers, VP of marketing at Betty Blocks.

 

“No-Code Now! is the highlight of our annual event calendar. We’ve worked hard on this for months with a large and dedicated team. Therefore, the decision to postpone No-Code Now! was difficult to make but erring on the side of caution feels like the right call." 

 

We will be working hard in the coming months and use this time to create an even better experience for attendees after the summer of 2020. Tickets purchased by customers, no-code enthusiasts, or yourself will be valid for the new date and will remain valid indefinitely. 

 

“We cannot give an exact date yet. We are currently in discussions with all parties involved, such as speakers, the venue, and catering to find a suitable new date. As soon as the new date is known, we will share it on our website and of course with you," said Victor Küppers.

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