John Bratincevic

Senior Analyst

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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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