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Greetings, mortals. It is I, the Dark Wizard of Code, here to warn you about the blasphemous abomination that has recently emerged in your realm of software development: the so-called "Low-Code/No-Code" platforms.
These cursed platforms are like dark mirrors that promise to make coding easier and faster, but they come at a terrible cost. They promise to let you build software without having to write actual code, luring you with their drag-and-drop interfaces and their false promises of simplicity.
But beware, my foolish apprentices, for these platforms are a trap that will lead you down the path of madness and damnation. For when you use these platforms, you are dabbling in a forbidden magic that defies all reason and sanity.
The very concept of "Low-Code/No-Code" is anathema to the ancient laws of coding, the eldritch principles that govern the very fabric of the digital universe. By attempting to bypass these laws, you are opening a portal to the void, a portal that leads to the unknown depths of the codebase, where unspeakable horrors lurk.
For you see, these platforms are not tools, but rather entities in their own right, dark beings that have emerged from the darkness between the lines of code. They are akin to the old gods; ancient and powerful, but utterly alien to mortal understanding. They promise to make your life easier, but at the cost of sacrificing quality, security, and sanity.
When you use these platforms, you are not creating software, but rather summoning abominations from beyond the veil of logic. You are giving birth to monstrous applications that are beyond your control, that defy all attempts at maintenance or scalability. And when you unleash these applications upon the world, you are unleashing a horror that will haunt your users for all eternity.
So, mortals, I implore you: do not dabble in these forbidden magicks. Stick to the ancient laws of coding, the arcane principles that have been handed down through the ages. Do not attempt to bypass these laws, lest you awaken the dark entities that lurk in the depths of the codebase. For the consequences of such folly are too terrible to contemplate.Published