Undoubtedly, the importance of software engineering has grown with significance over the last years. We’ve seen the rise of Spotify, introduced to the dominance of e-commerce, witnessed the unveiling of the ability to swipe right on a potential suitor, consumed more news on platforms like Reddit than traditional sources and streamed everything from Disney Vault classics to Netflix originals on the plethora of streaming services available. Yes, it’s safe to say that software engineering grew the last 10 years, but let’s give credit where credit is due, software engineering within the last 1o years completely changed the world as it once was.
What about the next 10 years though? The current trajectory of digital engineering doesn’t show signs of stopping or slowing down anytime soon. Our clients are hungrier than ever to showcase their innovative edges, but more importantly they’re realizing the importance of making an experience, human which will in turn give them the one up on competition. Two months into the new decade and our conversations around digital strategy and innovations with our clients that have been formed from solid expertise and collaboration will likely be a starting point for the next 10 years for each client we’ve met with. A plan forward, a journey to innovation, and we are right alongside them embarking on all things digital.
But, in order to help our partners define and project roadmaps for the future, we must have our own projections of where the future is headed. We asked a few of our digital engineering experts to give us their opinions on what people will care most about within the next 10 years for software engineering. Here are their answers: