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10 Hot "No Code" Startups Hiring Now

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Critics like to dismiss "No Code" platforms as being faddish and incapable of producing "real" software, but here's the thing: No Code platforms have been powering the web for decades.

To understand the impact of these platforms, think of it this way. Wordpress, one of the oldest coding-optional website management platforms, is also the most ubiquitous CMS on the web, powering over 25% of the world's websites. Pile on the popularity of Shopify, Wix, Squarespace, and others, and you're looking at a massive chunk of the modern internet being run on No Code or low-code platforms.

The newer generation of these platforms, think Zapier, Airtable, and Webflow, allow you to take things a step further and actually build full-stack web applications without touching a line of code. When it comes to democratizing the power of software, it's hard to think of an industry making more of an impact.

Because of this impact, these companies also are incredibly successful financially. Shopify and Wix are both publicly traded, Squarespace is gearing up for an IPO, Airtable is a unicorn, and Webflow just raised a Series A at a $350 million dollar valuation.

If you want to join a startup that is having a massive impact on the world, and also has a reliable path to profitability, consider applying to one of the No Code startups below:

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