TOP Interesting facts about software development

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Top Interesting facts about software development

TOP Interesting facts about software development

May 3, 2022 0 Comments

It’s commonly known that software development is one of the most fast-paced and ever-changing industries. Each year we can see an introduction of new languages, frameworks, methodologies, etc. In a matter of months, a trendy tool or solution may become obsolete. What’s going on now?

We’re excited to share some interesting facts about software development trends.

  • 1. Centralized Infrastructure: Cloud-First is the new Norm. 

The regional Data Center will continue to be replaced by the public Cloud. Enterprises, government, and startups will all use the public Cloud in the coming years. The public Cloud has become a hotbed of digital innovation, and this trend is expected to continue through 2022. Gartner has predicted a 16% revenue increase of public Cloud in 2022. 

  • Decentralized Infrastructure: Cloud on the Edge 

Edge computing will continue to gain traction in 2022 and beyond, thanks to the rise of 5G, Web 3.0, and other technological advancements. In addition, retailers will widely adopt edge computing in the coming years. 

  • Cyber Security: Everyone will take Security seriously

Although all businesses recognize the importance of cyber security, only large corporations can afford to hire a specialized security team. The fact that public cloud vendors have democratized Cyber Security is one of their most significant advantages. Start-ups and mid-sized businesses can now easily implement highly secure apps by utilizing Public Cloud services. 

  • Machine Learning: AutoML and No-Code AI will democratize the Machine Learning

AutoML (Automatic Machine Learning) is a new initiative that aims to automate Machine Learning usage in a limited way without the need for machine learning experts. You can use AutoML to supplement machine learning experts or use AutoML without a machine learning expert in some cases. It’s similar to the Low Code/No Code initiative in some ways.

  • JavaScript is still the most widely used programming language. 

JavaScript continues to be the most popular programming language, with approximately 60% of developers worldwide using it. Interesting fact: over 35% of programmers say they have no plans to learn any new programming languages in the next 12 months. 

Source: State of software development report

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