I can honestly say this one was one of the best conference and workshops I’ve attended. Came away armed with some new ideas, techniques & tools thanks to the brilliant talks. Will definitely come back next year!
The team did a fantastic job of pulling together this whole event, with so many insights... a full day workshop thrown in was the icing on top. Highly recommended.
It's been a fantastic event, with a great selection of speakers and topics. I particularly enjoyed the Thursday workshop 'Building with Design Thinking'. You can count me in for next year!
I had a blast at the No-code Arcade. The quality of the speakers and attendees blew me away - I'm fizzing with ideas and have made a bunch of meaningful connections. 10/10 would recommend.
No-code arcade was an amazing event! The North East cluster of no-coders is one of the most diverse and interesting groups. It was an honour to be able to spend some time with them.
Friendly, relaxed environment. Great spread of speakers and attendees.
No-Code Arcade is a new community gathering for people and businesses who want to know more about how no-code and low-code are being used. Join providers, developers and makers to learn about, and collaborate with the latest technology, products and services.
No-code is software that allows people to create websites and applications without having to write any code. Low-code adds the option to use code in your application to further enhance it.
No-Code Arcade takes place in the vibrant city of Newcastle upon Tyne and is being held at Northumbria University, recently voted the best University in the UK. We will be hosted in the Business and Law Building, City Campus East with all talks and workshops in one place.
Thank you so much to our fantastic speakers who joined us at No-Code Arcade in 2023, covering diverse topics such as AI, business tools, no-code for good, no-code in schools and much more. Find out about them and their talks below.
9:30am - 5pm, Northumbria University
Workshops in No-Code tools and Design Thinking were held at Northumbria University. Our workshops covered topics such as Design Thinking, Getting Started with Bubble and an Introduction to No-Code for those just discovering no-code.
8:30am - 5:45pm, Northumbria University
The main event conference day opened at 8:30am with talks and discussion panels starting at 9am. The day was split in four sessions with plenty of breaks to network and discuss what attendees heard.
No-Code Arcade would not have been possible without the generosity and support of our sponsors and partners who have helped keep ticket prices low and make the event as accessible as possible. Our huge thanks go out to:
At No-Code Arcade we do not want anyone to be left behind in learning about the opportunities that no-code provides.
No-code is accessible technology and provides new ways to bring ideas to life. Our free bursary tickets provide full access to the conference and workshops to those that may not otherwise be able to attend. In particular we would like to hear from regularly under represented groups or those that cannot fund a ticket for any reason.
Please contact us to access one of 30 tickets available on a first-come-first-served basis.