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CodeLess: A Narrative on Visual Development (NoCode)

21 EpisodesProduced by Edmund AmoyeWebsite

Call it NoCode, No-Code, Visual Development, or CodeLess. The fact is powerful trends in technology are making it easier to design, automate, and optimize your imagination beyond its limits - unlocking creativity, democratizing transformation, and redefining productivity. CodeLess is a narrative pod… read more

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S1: E19 - "It's all about Serendipity As A Service" - Whit Anderson (Random Pizza)

May 24th, 2020


This is a two-part episode. 

Whit Anderson is the maker of Random Pizza (RP). We are members of a weekly, NoCode meetup out of Atlanta. It's called Zero to One.  

Whit is a poetic maker because of his ability to give …

S1. E18 - "Your behavior is the interface. " - Chris Dancy and Armel Beaudry

May 9th, 2020


We saved some audio from our jam session for Episode 12. On this tape, we discuss the human behavioral interface as well as coping with information and subscription overload. 

Chris Dancy (aka the Most Connected Man on …

S1. E17 - "An interface for people to interact with everything" - Zammo

May 2nd, 2020


Voice as an input as well as an interface is considered by many to be the next frontier in human advancement. According to Voicebot, there are nearly …

S1. E15b - " It doesn't have to be... perfect" - #100DaysOfNoCode

April 21st, 2020


This is part 2 of a two part  jam session with five makers taking part in the #100DaysOfNoCode Challenge on Twitter.  Guest include: Max Haining, James Eldersveld, Naya Moss, Doc Williams, and Sharath Kuruganty.

If …

S1. E15a - "Don't expect results - experience the process " - #100DaysOfNoCode

April 18th, 2020


This is part 1 of a two part  jam session with five makers taking part in the #100DaysOfNoCode Challenge on Twitter.  Guest include: Max Haining, James Eldersveld, Naya Moss, Doc Williams, and Sharath Kuruganty

There is …

S1: E14 - "The developer who can pull those two worlds together. " - Michael Gill

April 10th, 2020


In this episode, we talk with Michael Gill - the Automation King. Gill is a software developer, a SaaS CTO, as well as a NoCode CTO. You may know him form his NoCode Coffee newslestter, but he is also in beta with …

S1: E13 - "I would pay $50 a month for Twitter" - Bram Kanstein

April 3rd, 2020


You've probably seen Bram Kanstein on Product Hunt or Twitter. CodeLess will get you up to speed on the maker behind the most upvoted project on Product Hunt. Bram recently launched a valuable project to help people …

S1: E12 - COVID-19 Response Template - "A new way of thinking." - Chris Dancy, David Peterson, and Armel Beaudry

March 28th, 2020


In this episode, we dive into how makers are utilizing NoCode to help their neighborhoods respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Chris Dancy is known to many as “the Most Connected Man on Earth." However, this Houston, Texas …

S1: E11 - "I just walked into a SaaS candy store." - Jean-Loup Karst

March 21st, 2020


We  really love this site called and we'd like to share it with you. And honestly, we think it'd be foolish not to include

S1: E10 - "The tool... is less important than the ideas that you have to share." - Chris Do

March 13th, 2020


Chris Do is an Emmy award-winning creative and teacher who's been running a motion design and brand consultancy for over 23 years. He's on a 1 …

S1: E9 - "I hope NoCode is not a thing 10 years from now." - Emmanuel Straschnov (feat. Nate Washington)

March 6th, 2020


"Even if you can code, it doesn't mean that you can't be a part of the no-code movement." - Nate Washington, CTO at Qoins.

Today's episode is a doubleheader because we have two guests on the show woven into a blended …

S1: E8 - "Nobody starts out original" - Kirby Ferguson

February 28th, 2020


Kirby Ferguson is a filmmaker, writer, and speaker. He's widely famous for his viral 2012 docuseries titled "Everything is a Remix". His Ted talk on remixing has garnered over one and a half million views. I've been …

S1: E7 - "Make data science... insanely easy to use." - Nirman Dave

February 21st, 2020


Today's episode involves a topic in which I am very interested: data science. Yes we are talking with Nirman Dave, Co-founder at where …

S1: E6 - "You don't need to become an entrepreneur to use NoCode" - Cynthia Bell McGillis

February 18th, 2020


I'm thrilled to connect you with another NoCode hero on this episode. Cynthia McGillis (@cynthiamcgillis) is a co-founder at, an online business merging her passion for stickers. And exclusive streetwear …

S1: E5 - "I couldn't go to the NoCode conference" - Ryan Myher

February 16th, 2020


Episode five features a fellow, who recently did something cool for NoCode. Ryan Meyer is out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and host of a NoCode …

S1: E4 - "NoCode is an ever-expanding boundary" - Joe Brown

February 9th, 2020


Hello and welcome to episode four of CodeLess. Today's episode features a maker who is serious about building community. And helping others get started with no code. Joe Brown is out of Cincinnati and is the founder of …

S1:E3 - "Men do it. So why shouldn't women?" - Lundyn Carter

January 31st, 2020


This episode is special because it's celebrating Lundyn Carter, our first hero on CodeLess. If you don't understand the definition of a NoCode hero, …

S1:E2 - "Make the same amount of money with less time" - Drew Thomas

January 16th, 2020


Stumbling into #NoCode is awesome especially when you have folks like Drew Thomas to catch you. The #NoCode community is full of supportive people …

S1:E1 - "People don't suck at anything" - KP from Atlanta

January 1st, 2020


KP is a maker out of Atlanta with an awesome story about struggle, identity, motivation,  and the power of vulnerability. He talks about his #NoCode …

CodeLess Trailer

December 31st, 2019


Edmund explains what happens on CodeLess.


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