Software Development in 2050

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In times when Y2K was a threat, developers fantasized about a sci-fi future with all computing rendered obsolete.

A famous joke went like this:

A Cobol programmer made so much money doing Y2K remediation that he was able to have himself cryogenically frozen when he died. One day in the future, he was unexpectedly resurrected.
When he asked why he was unfrozen, he was told:
“It’s the year…

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Author of Comprehensive Approach to Senior Developer Interview), Startup writer, Programmer, Tech Career Blogger, Education Engagement Enthusiast

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