While few professional developers are women, female workers may be more open to building apps with low-code and no-code development tools. That insight comes from a new survey conducted by no-code development tool vendor Quick Base. It found that 40 percent of Quick Base users are women. By comparison, Evans Data surveys show that about 27.5 percent of the overall developer workforce is female.
No-code tools also appeal to users in a wide variety of age groups, as 43 percent of Quick Base users are Millennials (age 18-36), 43 percent are from Gen X (age 37-52) and 14 percent are Baby Boomers (age 53-71).
In addition, the survey found that users turn to no-code tools because they fit their needs (68 percent) and because they enable them to make changes quickly (61 percent).