The Next Revolution in Software Engineering

Matt Ryan (12.Jul.2017 at 15:00, 50 min)
Talk at OpenWest Conference 2017 (English - US)

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A revolution in software engineering is on the horizon. What will this mean to you - and what do you need to do about it?
From humble beginnings at the dawn of the computing age, software engineering has gone through a number of iterations to reach the present state of the profession. Today demand for employees who can write computer software remains high. The number of people entering the profession lags behind the available positions, even as initiatives are underway to encourage more people to become programmers. Software applications impact every part of our lives, and we rely on software more than ever - and yet it often seems the quality of software today is not even up to the standards of a decade ago.
The confluence of these and other industry realities signal that a revolution is coming in our industry. I'll explain what that revolution is, what's causing it, and what it means to us - and what need to do to influence this revolution in a direction that is for the good of all. [185]

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