John Bratincevic

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Our Take On The Microsoft Power Apps Portals Data Leak

John Bratincevic September 1, 2021
In light of the recent Power Apps portals data leak, learn three key points about the security of low-code platforms.
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It’s Likely You Already Have Low-Code Developers — Get Them Into Your Security Neighborhood

Sandy Carielli January 4, 2021
Security pros should work to integrate security into the developer experience to ensure customer-facing applications are secure. Consider these three points to get started.
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Low-Code Development Requires A Security Rethink

Sandy Carielli July 31, 2020
Low-code platforms speed delivery of applications, but are they secure? The answer is more complicated than I expected when I started this research project with my colleagues, John Bratincevic and John R. Rymer. We’re still gathering information, but we’ve discovered that: Low-code security is not well understood. Even vendors with extensive security investments acknowledged that […]
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Amazon The Disrupter Enters Low-Code Market; Doesn’t Disrupt Anything

John Bratincevic June 26, 2020
The newly released Honeycode low-code product is not the market disrupter many expected from Amazon. Find out why.
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Citizen Developers Dominate Audience Q&A At A Recent Conference On Low Code

John Bratincevic May 27, 2020
I recently participated in a low-code conference at the invitation of Ninox, a low-code vendor. My colleague John Rymer gave the keynote, and we then had a lively discussion largely focused on citizen developers. Conference attendees hailed from (literally) all over the world; many were young entrepreneurs building businesses on low-code platforms or businesspeople solving […]
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Meet John Bratincevic, Forrester’s Newest AD&D Analyst

John Bratincevic March 31, 2020
As a new analyst on Forrester’s application development research team, allow me to introduce myself. Let’s start with what is probably your most pressing question — how to pronounce my surname:  “I’m just going to call you ‘John B.’ Is that OK?” Yes, of course, no need to suffer. What else would you like to know? “ . . . Maybe tell me about yourself?” I’m married, I have two young sons (the […]
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