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Most Important Software Development Trends for 2012, as Voted by QCon London Attendees

by Dio Synodinos on Mar 30, 2012 |

QCon London has always aimed to present the latest developments as they become relevant and interesting for the software development community. One of the greatest benefits of attending an event like QCon London, is to network with your peers and get their opinions about new and emerging trends. This way someone can get valuable insight from true practitioners, beyond what any vendor or industry research paper might suggest!

This has been the motivation of the current survey, where QCon London participants expressed their opinions about the maturity and importance of this year’s most popular trends.

 

 

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Bandwagon by Bob Builder

Wow, the whole 78 people.

Re: Bandwagon by M Vleth

Probably they've had to vote right after a Dart presentation.

Re: Bandwagon by Floyd Marinescu

Hi Bob, indeed 78 isn't much but this is no simple poll. People had access to this app we built where they actually drag over the research results and built their own radar, Forrester/Gartne style. So another way to think about these results is like the results of 78 community analysts who took at least 5 min each to produce these, you can lick on their names below to see what their individual radars looked like.

We'll be doing more of these in the future on InfoQ, this was just our first test-run to a small local audience. :)

Floyd

Re: Bandwagon by James Nguyen

Yeah - with 78 people votes and the author dared to call it "the most important trending...in 2012". It is just laughable. He should added "from opinion of a roomful of people"

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