How to build a software product without any coding knowledge?

Divya Rajendran
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Hey folks! What are the possibilities and opportunities to create micro saas? I just wanted to create my first ever product and I don't have any coding experience but have marketing knowledge. Your suggestions will help me with this. Thanks!

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Hire a dev :) and finance it with your 9-5 job. Go on twitter and look for all those "build in public" indiedevs - that will guide the way
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Growth & Product Marketer
@robinkunz Sure, Thanks:)
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Product Mgmt · Frontend Dev · Design
Learn: + Google Sheets + Google AppSheet There is a lot of training out there, and a large ecosystem as well.
Growth & Product Marketer
@rowemore Thank u so much, can u please suggest some cmmunities to follow as a aspiring learners like me? I have already presented in indiehackers..
entrepreneur
You can also use no-code tools. For saas you could use Webflow or Bubble + Airtable + Zapier + Memberstack
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Growth & Product Marketer
@adrian_topka What do you think about makerpad? Is that easy to try?
entrepreneur
@divya_rajendran I have not used the Makerpad yet, so it's hard to say
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I would prefer that a truly professional team work on the development of my software product. In addition, now it is so easy to find a dedicated development team, the result of their work will be much more effective.