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Thought For Software Developers
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Why do all the software products that are developed today have the same look and feel as software products that were developed in the 1980’s.
Inexpensive computers today are extremely different today from the computers of the 1980’s yet the look and feel of software products are the same as the 1980’s.
Does anyone really believe that advancement in computer software products will come about by continuing to use the same ideas of the 1980’s?
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