Forget programming: Appian launches its #lowcode4all initiative

Low code will conquer the world. That is what companies like Appian are convinced of, which has just presented its project #lowcode4all, a program focused on providing access to training and certification in low-code technologies.

The free program leads eligible participants through a defined path to learn low-code technology and to take the necessary tests to obtain the degree of Appian Certified Associate Developer (Appian Certified Associate Developer). Appian intends to award at least 1,000 #lowcode4all grants this year.

According to the company, thanks to the reduction of financial barriers, the #lowcode4all initiative democratizes access to a professional career in this field. Initially, the program is available to students who are currently pursuing undergraduate and graduate studies, students who have decided to temporarily interrupt their education, unemployed people or those who dwant to change careeras well as military veterans.

For this initiative, Appian has created a new badge “Low-Code Ready” that can be shared on LinkedIn to indicate to potential employers that the candidate has received low-code training and is ready to be a productive member of a team. Upon earning the badge, program participants receive a code to take the certification exam. After earning the title of Appian Certified Developer Associate, program participants have access to recruiters through the #lowcode4all Hiring Partner network.

The announcement of the new initiative has been made within the framework of Appian World 2022, which studies the role of low-code technology for environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) programs. The event’s sessions and activities have been designed to raise awareness across the spectrum of ESG initiatives, as well as highlight accelerating net zero carbon programs and improving ESG ratings through a low-code approach.

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