When Microsoft published the article about Hyperlambda, it became the 5th most read article they ever published throughout Microsoft’s existence. Later O’Reilly sent a newsletter to their email subscribers about Hyperlambda. Some few days ago we were featured on the front page of YCombinator. YCombinator is one of the most famous VC firms in the world. YC is also the website where literally every single VC form on the planet gets its information, so this is s big deal for us. Aista is now the fastest growing NoCode and LowCode company in the world. Yeah …!!
We released our product only 2 weeks ago, and so far we’ve experienced increase in website traffic by 3,307% in two weeks. During peek hours we are onboarding a new client every 20 minutes. Even on a “slow” day we’re getting 16 new users onboarded every day.
Aista is now the fastest growing NoCode and LowCode service provider on the planet
What’s all the fuzz about?
Our bet is that the machine can automatically create most of your code without effort, and we look at meta data as a formal specification for software. This is only possible because Hyperlambda is a meta programming language. We’ve written in length of what this implies other places, so we won’t repeat it too much. However, let me illustrate the use case with a video that’s been seen by almost 700 people the last 48 hours.
2 days ago we had 4,168 unique users on our website because of the above video. 2 weeks after launch. There are 30 million software developers on the planet. On average these devs are being paid $3,500 per month. That’s a 1 trillion dollars annual market if we can reach our vision. You can see our vision below.
Automate 80% of all software development in the world
fastest growing NoCode and LowCode
This implies that Aista had the potential to save the world for 800 billion dollars every year. If we can somehow generate 1% of that in revenue to ourselves, we’ll have an annual revenue of 8 billion dollars. This is not actually such a lofty goal. Microsoft had 98% of the software development market in 2001, and they took 8% of the revenue their eco system generated to themselves. 1% is not such a large number really. And since we’re the only lowcode and nocode software vendor on the planet focusing on software development automation, we’re basically alone in the market.