Making Sense of the Bloodless Software Revolution of 2005

Roszkiewicz, Ron
December 2005
Seybold Report: Analyzing Publishing Technologies;12/28/2005, Vol. 5 Issue 18, p12
The article discusses the milestones in the software development industry in 2005. In 2005, many necessary technologies have at last converged, with a mature generation of users exerting pressure on shaping how the technology will be used. Many of the concepts discussed in the past, such as collaboration, rationalizing software with just enough functionality, integrated project management and file tagging tools are, now hot-button features being added to new graphic applications. Also, the computer software industry is broader evidenced by the availability of two software versions, the professional and consumer versions.


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