December 8, 2023
6min read

The 9 Best No-Code Podcasts that make Learning No-Code a Lot More Fun

Looking to expand your no-code skillset? Here is a list of hand-curated podcasts for all of you creators, indie-makers, and side-hustlers to listen to in 2024.

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What is no-code?

No-code is becoming mainstream. Or, is it already?

No-code is a software development approach that requires little or no coding to quickly create applications, websites, workflow automations, and more. With this no-code approach, general business users can now build things that previously only specialists could. [Here's an in-depth guide to What Is No-Code]

If you want to be innovative, you need to have the ability to quickly build a prototype and a proof of concept (POC) with very little investment, then no-code is your way forward.

Some of it's benefits include:

  • Faster time-to-market: You can start building and shipping products in a matter of just a few days, or hours!
  • Fractional cost-to-build: No need to hire expensive tech talent or development studios.
  • Little training: No-code UIs are simple, intuitive. Takes surprisingly less time to learn these.

There are numerous resources available on the internet that will help you learn no-code. In this curated series, we have handpicked (only the best) podcasts dedicated to learning no-code.

Note: This list is constantly updated.

Why should you listen to no-code podcasts?

Podcasts are one of the best ways to stay on top of your game.

It's difficult to always stay updated about the latest in your industry. And no-code is no different. New tools are being launched every single day, creators are using these tools in more ways than you can imagine, no business models and no-code use cases are evolving by the day - all at breakneck speed!

Podcasts are non stressful ways to consume a wealth of information and find inspirations, ideas, etc.

This is a hand-curated list of no-code podcasts that capture the journey of fellow no-coders, shares insightful information, gives no-code tidbits, and gives you ideas on how to leverage no-code to its full potential.

Here are the top no-code podcasts culled out by us. Hope they make into your listening list.

1. No Code No Problem

No Code No Problem

This podcast began in 2019 and currently has two seasons. It is hosted by Ryan Myher. He interviews various entrepreneurs and creators who are building their business. He provides his insights and discussions on how the tools of no-code are shaping the tech field. 

If you are a solopreneur or an entrepreneur building your business, then listen to these personal stories by your fellow creators!

  • Official Website:
  • Host/s: Ryan Myher
  • Started: 2019
  • Frequency: Weekly
  • Where to listen: Apple Podcast, Spotify, YouTube, Google Podcasts, SoundCloud, iHeartRadio, Castbox, Deezer, Podchaser
  • What other listeners are saying:
Just gave the @nocodenoproblem podcast my first listen. If you are AT ALL interested in #nocode and it's enormous implications for the next wave of product, do yourself a favor and give it a proper listen! I am incredibly impressed @nocodenoproblem and am looking forward to more!
Edward Martin, Building  Greenhouse Growth 

2. NoCode Podhoney

No Code Podhoney

You can find a curated list of no-code podcasts from experts here. Some of the podcasts offered here include—CodeLess: A Narrative on Visual Development (NoCode), Makerpad podcast, The Visual Developers Podcast, and No Code No Problem. 

3. The LowCode Podcast

No-Code Podcasts - The LowCode Podcast
The Low/Code Podcast

The LowCode Podcast is all about launching your MVP, getting clients, growing your side business and automating stuff.
Listen to learn more about other founders and business owners like you, how are they coming up with ideas, how do they validate their products, and how to launch and grow a business.

  • Official website:
  • Host/s: Jesus Vargas, founder of LowCode Agency
  • Started: January 2022
  • Frequency: Twice a month
  • Where to listen: Amazon Music, Apple Podcast, Castbox, Google podcast, Pocket Casts, RadioPublic, Spotify and Stitcher

4. NoCode Wealth

No Code Wealth

This podcast explores the aspects of marketing, money, and attitudes in the no-code arena. It features many no-code makers and their journeys. 

Discover the pathway to becoming makers to earners to no-code founders with experts!

  • Official Website:
  • Host/s: Abdulaziz M Alhamdan
  • Started: 2020
  • Frequency: Once or twice a month
  • Where to listen: Apple Podcast, Spotify, Amazon, Castos
  • What other listeners are saying:
Abdulaziz is a great host.He asked me some very complex questions that allowed us to dive deeper into the product I'm building and help uncover the positives it has over the existing competition. I would highly suggest diving into more of his podcast episodes, huge fan of what he is doing.
Aj Picard, Founder @Clava

5. My Nocode Story

My NoCode Story

Hosted by Ayush Sharma, this podcast grabs your attention by its flawless storytelling. It features deep and engaging conversions with no-coders, makers, entrepreneurs, and investors about their journey. Each episode lasts from 30-45 mins. 

Know how your fellow founders achieved their no-code ambitions!

  • Official Website:
  • Host/s: Ayush Sharma
  • Started: 2021
  • Frequency: Once or twice a month
  • Where to listen: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts
  • What other listeners are saying:
Just listened to this during my walk and absolutely loved it ; to me this is like blueprint of learning/building with #nocode in public.
Prashil, Building makers app

6. The Visual Developers Podcast

VisualDev.FM podcast hosts discussions anything and everything that falls under no-code. From the journey of founders to tutorials to useful insights, you can find everything! Each episode lasts about 60-90 minutes. 

The podcast hosts are no-code experts themselves. Ben Parker, Senior Customer Support Manager at Webflow, Matt Varughese, CEO @ 8020 and Lacey Kesler, building No-Code Community Education at Webflow. 

Discover latest updates and insights with leading experts!

  • Official Website:
  • Host/s: Matt Varughese, Lacey Kesler, and Ben Parker
  • Started: 2019
  • Frequency: Weekly
  • Where to listen: Castro, Google Podcasts, CastBox, Overcast, Pocketcasts, Breaker, Spotify, Apple Podcast, Stitcher
  • What other listeners are saying:
The best part about listening to @visualdevfm for the first time on episode #56 means there’s 55 more episodes to listen to. Where have you guys been all of my life?!? Love your work.
Frazer McLeod, Business Designer

7. Tech for Non-Techies

Tech For Non-Techies

Hosted by Sophia Matveeva, founder of Tech for Non-Techies. This podcast examines the rapidly-growing tech sector. Listen to heartfelt stories by solopreneurs, Big Tech executives, investors, and makers. This isn't technically a 'no-code' podcast but a must listen to non-tech founders (no-coders). Discover the latest trends and how to create profits with technology.

I consider myself lucky that I have discovered the "Tech for Non-Techies" platform created by Sophia Matveeva (recommended by my friend). Her webinar on Product Management helped me to see some of the mistakes that could have been avoided on my personal journey to creating a tech product. Sophia has a talent to explain complicated tech concepts with simple words. Her own experience gives non-digital native people like me some hope that we can also play roles in the new Digital Era.
Irina Klokova, Management Consulting / Data Protection / GDPR / Project Management / CIPP/E, ITIL4

8. The Makerpad Podcast

The Makerpad Podcast

Hosted by Ben Tossell, Markerpad founder. It showcases behind the scene journeys of founders and makers. Some of the founders featured in the episodes are: Hani Mourra – CEO and Founder of Repurpose, Dorna Moini - CEO and Founder of Documate, Paula Alcalá – Co-Founder of Palabra etc. The podcast demystifies the use of no-code tools and solutions to increase efficiency, productivity, and creativity at the workplace.

  • Official Website:
  • Host/s: Ben Tossell
  • Started: 2020
  • Frequency: Weekly
  • Where to listen: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Breaker, RSS Feed
  • What other listeners are saying:
Another great @makerpad podcast episode with  @tylertringas. It's really cool to witness the growth of bootstrapping and no-code!
Karim El Kaddioui

9. Low Code Founders

Low Code Founders

This podcast features the success stories of people who have built magnificent businesses using low-code. Get to know their struggles, journey, and insights into building a bootstrapping business. Learn how to start your business from scratch with your fellow no-code experts!

The podcast also discusses the different tools you can use to build your business from the ground up. 

10. No-Code Airlines

No-Code Airlines

In this podcast, the hosts discuss various tools and tricks you need to know to build a successful business. You will learn to build apps and websites without programming. Leverage no-code to its greatest potential with the excellent insights from the hosts!

  • Official Website:
  • Host/s: Michael-Karim-Thomas
  • Started: 2021
  • Frequency: Monthly
  • Where to listen: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music

Wrapping up

Hope I have convinced you to start listening to one of these podcasts today!

Easy-to-consume and insightful content from podcasts will help you broaden your knowledge of no-code, set up your business, learn to use no-code tools to your advantage.

Happy listening and learning!

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