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Just some coming trends I've been getting hints of that some of you may not have become aware of.

1. NoOps. Let's face it, Agile is OK, Lean is a little better, but ultimate having absolutely zero 'friction' between the developer and the customer is where we need to get. NoOps addresses this issue by ultimately pushing the development process to the customer, who knows his requirements better than anyone. You take requirements from the customer, complicate them significantly using core NoOps processes, and send them back to the customer to implement.

2. C++ 21 is going to introduce the most powerful language feature yet:

main()
{
    Program<Implementation>();
}


A 400GB template library of every possible program implementation will be part of the new standard template libraries. This is somewhat offset by the minimum 16 hour build time and minimum 20GB program size.

3. C# Darkode. Your company's code is the family jewels and if you lose control of that to hackers or competitor's espionage all of your work and investment will be for naught. The next version of C# will make your code immune to such problems by introducing so many syntactical options that no one can understand your code even if they have access to it. With a mazimum of 2.85% of your code being actually related to the problem solution, finding the important lines of code will be essentially computationally infeasible in medium to larger code bases.

4. Containertainers. Managing all of your containers and their options is now becoming a serious challenge to many companies. Containertainers are containers for your containers and their configuration operations, simplifying your container deployment and management process. Work is already under way on Containertainertainer technology, in anticipation of projected containertainer deployment growth.

5. PlausDen. In order to avoid potential legal and financial blow-back from software bugs, your company needs to develop solid plausible deniability strategies. The upcoming AllPacks package manager is a key aspect of PlausDen planning, insuring that you never actually understand more than 1% of the code that you deploy, and hence insuring that no damages can ever be legally proven to be due to failure on your part. The AllPacks manager system is based their patented EDND (enormously deeply nested dependencies) technology.

6. The UE is considering legislation making it illegal for software companies to require developers to understand the tools and languages they are using, calling it 'part of a discriminatory and elitist past.'
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