No-code and low-code development are here to stay. Yup, as you read it! The landscape of app development is constantly changing when it comes to building apps and online tools for businesses.
So, if you want to learn more about this emerging no-code world and want to dive deep into the rabbit hole, don’t worry. We’ve listed our top 15 no-code and low-code podcasts.
PS. Click the headline of each podcast to listen to it.
Bubble is one of the leading no-code platforms since it allows people to create web apps without knowing how to code. Their no-code platform is convenient and easy to use, allowing people to build a wide range of apps with a simple drag-and-drop interface.
Most notably, they started their own podcast, presented by their team of experts, in which they have genuine chats with Bubble builders who have made successful apps and solutions utilizing the platform.
They have 12 episodes that range in length from 30 minutes to an hour. These conversations show how people came up with the ideas and concepts that led to successful apps and tools, as well as how Bubble was able to help them reach their goals.
If you want to learn more about the working minds of entrepreneurs that have made it big using a no-code platform, this is the podcast for you.
Note: It hasn’t been updated in a while.
Ben Tossell, the founder of Makerpad, hosts the Makerpad podcasts. Makerpad is an exciting location for learning, sharing, and collaboratively creating software—all without writing code. They provide best-in-class education in conjunction with a supportive environment and accountability.
Ben talks to people who make no-code technologies and people who use no-code tools and solutions to build and grow their businesses.
Each episode, which lasts roughly 30 to 60 minutes, has an in-depth discussion with a professional in the no-code business on how this type of development has helped automate workflows, enhance overall efficiency, and set up systems to allow for more time and creativity at work.
Hosted by Alex Karpinsky a no-code expert and user, The No Code Podcast is an excellent option for anybody interested in learning more about no-code programming. Builders, platforms, and people who have helped make no-code development more popular are welcome on this podcast, with guests like Mark Magnuson and Ben Tossell. They talk about how they’ve helped make no-code development more popular.
The No Code Podcast is intended to provide non-technical people with a resource to use as they embark on their adventure into the realm of no-code through their seven episodes of varying lengths.
Ryan Myher, the Head of Community at V/One, hosts the podcast No Code No Problem. This podcast tries to get people to talk about the ideas behind making no-code apps and websites.
No-code app building doesn’t have to be tough for beginners, and this podcast might be ideal for you if you just want to test the waters. Listen to this one to learn more about how no-code technologies are changing the technical landscape when it comes to making apps and websites.
No Code No Problem is also an excellent podcast to listen to if you don’t have much time because most of its episodes are less than 6 minutes long.
Can you figure out which one our Founder, Jesus, appeared on?
The Indie Hackers podcast features interviews with Courtland Allen, the founder of Indie Hackers, a platform where successful business founders can openly share their tales and lessons, with motivated entrepreneurs who want to read and learn more from these stories.
With 345+ episodes spanning more than an hour each, this podcast can provide you with some insights into the many methods by which people have developed their businesses and their motives for launching these successful concepts. One of the best podcasts out there for entrepreneurs.
With over 70+ eposides that range in length from 45 minutes to an hour and include lessons, developer’s interviews, and much more. The hosts, Matt Varughese, Lacey Kesler, and Ben Parker, are expert no-coders who share career advice and experiences, making this podcast a fantastic learning experience as they examine several emerging tools in the no-code market.
When it comes to learning from the hosts as well as the guests they invite on to the show, The Visual Developers Podcast is an excellent resource.
Note: They fight all the time on Twitter. It’s fun to watch.
Low Code Ninjas is hosted by John Koetsier and Peggy Anne Salz. This podcast focuses on successful mobile apps that were made with low-code techniques.
The hosts have a section called “Low-code Ninjas Legends,” which has 7 episodes so far, in which they speak for 5 minutes with prominent people in the low-code and no-code industries. Low-Code Ninjas features 11 episodes that last about 30 minutes. If you want to dive deep into app development, this is a must-listen.
Ayush Sharma, the host of My No Code Story, interacts with a guest in each episode to tell their story about what prompted them to use no-code technologies and the challenges they experienced along the way.
This podcast captivates you with its excellent narrative. It includes in-depth and fascinating conversations with no-coders, makers, entrepreneurs, and investors on their experiences in the no-code or low-code world.
Each episode lasts between 30 and 45 minutes.
No Code Wealth host Abdulaziz M. Alhamdan dives into money, marketing, and mindset with the founders and creators of no-code tools.
In each of the 130+ episodes, Abdulaziz interviews the founders or CEOs of well-known businesses, giving important information about how these businesses are doing things that are different from the rest.
Each episode ranges from 45 minutes to an hour in duration.
This podcast, hosted by OutSprint’s IT consultancy, is a terrific way to stay up to date on what’s going on in the low-code business!
High Tech – Low Code Podcast provides the most recent trends and developments in the no-code world, as well as insights on digital transformation and other topics.
Their 20+ talks are informative, in-depth, and have high value to offer.
Each episode is 30 to 45 minutes long.
FreeCodeCamp is a community of people who have learned to code and “no-code” together. In this podcast, launched by their community, they share stories of people who have learned to code and built exciting projects. They also share lots of advice on getting a developer job and building projects of their own.
The 80+ episodes range from an hour to an hour and a half.
Edmund Amoye hosts the Codeless podcast, which is a storytelling podcast that focuses on the guests’ tales.
This podcast is geared towards dreamers interested in no-code solutions, creators of popular no-code technologies, and non-technical people interested in crafting the future. It’s designed for folks who want to learn how no-code makes it easier to automate activities and redefine productivity. Conversations with people who have built huge applications and tools with no-code help us understand how technology has changed.
The Codeless podcast presently has 21 episodes that last at least 30 minutes each.
This Mendix podcast series, “Make/Shift,” is a deep and frank discussion with peers about how they provide success by designing solutions that have an impact on their business. In an open discussion, Mendix experts sit down with executives and decision-makers from IT and business to learn how their colleagues embraced low code.
Listen to the podcast to gain a deeper understanding of why minimal code is the solution for rapidly digitizing processes, utilizing current resources, bringing much-needed innovations to market faster, and lowering development costs.
Tech for Non-Techies aims to simplify and demystify the complex world of technology for new entrepreneurs and anybody interested in learning more about it.
Sophia Matveeva, the creator of Enty, a retail tech platform, hosts this podcast with 78 episodes ranging in length from 15 minutes to an hour. Each episode is full of useful information based on Sophia’s own experiences in the IT field, such as no-code, APIs, the app economy, developers, and so on.
This isn’t a technically “no-code” podcast, but it’s a must-listen for non-tech founders (no-coders). Learn about the latest trends and how to benefit from technology.
And last but not least, our baby, The LowCode Podcast is all about launching your MVP, getting clients, growing your side business, and automating stuff with the most popular low-code and no-code tools.
Listen to learn more about other founders and business owners like you, how they come up with ideas, how they validate their products, and how to launch and grow a business.
Our first six episodes range from 30 to 45 minutes each.
We hope you like these top no-code podcasts and are more prepared to explore the realm of no-code development now that you have a better understanding of the minds behind this concept.
At LowCode Agency, we can help you automate your business or build an MVP with the best no-code and low-code tools.
We’ve produced 267 applications so far, so we know what it takes to create a visually appealing and functional app. Your business should be able to benefit from new ideas, and with our help, it’s all possible!
Jesus is the founder of Low Code Agency: a low-code development agency that allows small business owners to get their mobile and web apps done fast and cost-effectively while maintaining quality.