Type “the future of programming languages” into Google and it generates approximately 180,000,000 search returns.
You can read countless blogs debating the pros and cons of popular programming languages and which ones will dominate IT over the next decade.
For IT directors and chief operating officers, much of this discussion about the perfect programming language and pristine code is of limited interest. The thing that matters is whether the programming code is reliable, fast and flexible. Are IT projects finished on time and within budget? Does software performance meet service level agreements?
The future of programming isn’t about searching for…