I can't pinpoint exactly where I heard of Bubble (I browse the internet in deep linking), but I'm always excited when a low-key company I've been tracking gets traction. Today, Bubble was featured on Product Hunt and received the most upvotes from the community. I admire their bold vision to revolutionize programming so people can build sophisticated web apps with no code. So much tech talent is spent doing menial tasks (i.e. developing a sign in functionality) and this gets in the way of tackling bigger issues - robotics, AI, healthcare, big data, etc... I have no doubt this will change, and Bubble is an important step in that direction.
It's hard to imagine a future where anyone can build software with no code, but the general trend in the history of technology is that everything becomes easier over time, and as it does, more people adopt it. When Apple was founded, people had to master the command line to use computers. Then Apple made a fortune by making computing accessible to everyone through a visual, intuitive experience.
There is no shortage of websites and schools that will teach you how to code. But why learn to code? What we need to do is learn how to think in a programmatic way (thinking about flows, data structure, conditions, etc) while not having to worry about the syntax. Imagine the potential we'd unleash if anyone was able to produce technology and build solutions to their problems?
I'll definitely be watching this space.