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What trends do you see for your profession in 30 years? [closed]

Think of the profession 30 years ago. When one single guy was able to code a whole computer game alone! Will offshoring will finally take over? Will languages be so high level than our added value ...
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What are your thoughts on online editors? [closed]

Currently, I'm an Emacs user, (I'm used to the commands, and I work in a bunch of different languages day-to-day, one of which is Common Lisp, so it's the natural choice), but a recent-ish talk by ...
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Cross platform mobile development VS Native Mobile Development: Present And Future [closed]

I just completed one year in Smart phone development, working on BlackBerry and Android and also developed one application exclusively targeted to nokia feature phones. And just a month ago I come to ...
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Why is Moore's Law seen as an absolute truth? [closed]

Often times I read things like: "Intel stated that either the next generation or generation after that will likely fail Moore's Law." Why don't they just say Moore's Law will fail instead? I don't ...