No-code tools are booming, enabling anyone with an idea to create a product quickly. Before long, once an idea gets large enough, engineers can be brought on to help run everything. The product will need to become more reliable and stable than the initial MVP. At this point, it can be challenging and time-consuming to move from the no-code abstractions back into code-based tools that were skipped initially because of the complexity to implement them!

Not long ago, I joined Tines which is a low/no-code platform that enables anyone to create complex cybersecurity workflows involving any tool with an API…

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