This is the Future of Application Development

A wonderful line of film Return to the Future is when Doc says: "Tell me, future boy, who is the president of the United States in 1985?"

While I can not predict who the president of the United States is even 10 years from now, I can tell you that the role of application developers will change dramatically, as new technologies become rooted in every corner of the business world, and will be in consumers.

Are application developer days numbered?

As Marc André predicted when he said, "The program eats the world," the reality of a new world has been defined by the program. In the next 10 years, that fact will not become even greater.

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Ironically, hegemony continues in its software, the role of software developer Whelan, which leads to more complex data-driven roles, where everyone becomes a programmer. Will the developer of the app disappear? The answer is yes and no.

The death of the application developer will be more pronounced in traditional non-technological markets, as sophisticated commercial users, with user-friendly, customizable tools in the standby mode, knowing what they want and writing software easily. However, within technology companies that build more complex knowledge solutions, the need to maintain and manage these applications will continue. AI-based applications require continuous learning, and this will be closely aligned with the data science.

The cloud changed everything

Cloud growth is also a role for traditional application developers. The cloud has given us APIs and containers so anyone can create programs that benefit you in something very specific and really share them in the cloud for public consumption.
Because of this environment, traditional application developers or software engineers in non-technological markets may want to think about their data, cloud and security skills. These are areas where demand will increase, as the most complex and data-driven market becomes the new standard.

Tomorrow's technology-savvy users will also be promoted through school systems, which will teach more computer programming skills from the primary stage, through initiatives such as Code for America and Hour of Code. In addition to a major shift in the developer's role as we know it, the next ten years or so will bring about other devastating changes to the technology industry, so renew DeLorean and see what it has:
Major software releases will be something of the past. In less than 10 years, version 2.0 of anything will be folklore. As DevOps make continuous software updates more widespread, people are getting used to these short grades of new features, without all the fuss of major new promotions in the past. This new upgrade model can also be attributed to the cloud, making downloading new versions updated to corporate users.
Computers may go to dinosaurs. Within 20 to 30 years, we may see that the computer will disappear, as smart devices and phones check what the computer did in the past. But nothing will happen until we change the way we interact with our devices, especially through voice and text. First, we need to eliminate the need for the keyboard and allow the device to understand and interact effectively through another method.

Amnesty International is changing everything. Everything will include artificial intelligence and cognitive forms of computing. Even if it is as simple as the security feature you put in the program, everyone will feel artificial intelligence in their daily interactions. For example, when someone searches for a phone number in the next few years, searching on Google will look like removing dust from yellow pages. Instead, they will simply talk or send the text to something smarter.
Death of call center. People-run contact centers will become a thing of the past. Devices will be able to solve most problems. Self-diagnostic tools will eliminate the need for people to interact with problems on their own. The business world will follow the path of the connected home, where all the daily devices have a self-diagnostic program that supports IoT technology that recognizes the problem and sends a message to the sender to come to your home. After this trend, corporate users may not have to interact with someone in the call center again.

Software development becomes specialized. Due to the increasing number of connected devices and the increasing number of advanced users, we will see more specialized software developers. The full stack developer will be something of the past, as there will be a lot of techniques and devices that one individual needs to be developed at a very high level for all of them. Developers will, therefore, have to specialize in software development areas such as APIs, mobile front-end interfaces, Internet objects, etc.

The application developer's role will change dramatically over the next 20 years, changing the progress of smart programs and how people interact with the way we live and work. We are on the brink of big changes, and as Marty McFly said, "this is heavy."

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