In this presentation, we will explore how AI is revolutionizing code writing and development, making it more accessible to a wider audience. We will also highlight the trend of malleable applications and how users are becoming architects of their own apps, reshaping them to suit their needs. This shift in paradigm gives end-users the ability to shape their software experiences, which is an exciting development in the tech industry.
To understand the possibilities of user-developable applications, we will examine tools such as Notion or Arc (and possibly more!). These tools offer users the ability to create their own applications without needing to know how to code. This is a game-changer for individuals and small businesses who may not have the resources to hire developers.
During the presentation, we will start a conversation about this shift in paradigm and how it impacts the software industry. We will discuss the advantages and challenges of malleable applications and how they can benefit both end-users and developers.
Overall, this presentation aims to showcase a possible future of software development and how it is becoming more inclusive, accessible, and user-friendly. I hope to inspire the audience to explore the possibilities of user-developable applications and embrace this exciting shift in the industry.
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