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Major Software Development Trends for 2013

by Dio Synodinos on Dec 11, 2012 |

With 2012 coming to an end and everybody talking about what lies ahead in 2013, InfoQ has conducted a quick poll amongst its editors about the trends that have a good potential to get significant traction or even dominated the software development community during the next year. These trends include everything from specific programming languages, platforms, development methodologies, and more.

 

 

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why require social linking? by peter lin

I was going to fill out the survey, but having to link to social network to me is a big turn off.

Error in graph by Ivo Houbrechts

Shouldn't hype be on the right and adopt on the left?

Re: Error in graph by Dio Synodinos

Thanks for the heads-up Ivo, there was a temporary glitch.

Voting broken by Andy Dent

The voting authentication links all seem to fail now anyway, resulting in an error message "Oops! Google Chrome could not connect to www.decidify.com:8080"

No more surveys for me by Eben Roux

I did all my dragging and clicked submit only to be greeted by login options of which I don't have any. I am registered on InfoQ for goodness sake. Why do I need to login with something else?

Please specify this up-front at the very least so that people don't waste their time.

Re: No more surveys for me by Christian Guldner

I agree with other posters. A big turn off having to log in with Google/FB... Registered with InfoQ should be enough.

Re: No more surveys for me by Gilles Philippart

This is because the survey has been outsourced to decidify which certainly only accepts social network logins.

Re: why require social linking? by alan jones

Not everyone is on a social network. IMHO they do nothing but waste time and are the net's equivalent of TV. Instead of idle channel surfing, you click-surf--wasting your time. And why didn't infoq create a webservice so decidify could authenticate it's users?

Re: Voting broken by Alex White

Exactly my experience. Not much point in using an external service if they can't do the job!

Whole decidify site seems to be down at the moment? by Alex White

I can't even get to the main decidify.com website at the moment - whole thing down?

Re: why require social linking? by john mcca

I was annoyed to go through the process of answering, only to find I couldn't submit my answer without social linking. I'm already logged in.
Here's a new entry for you "seamless authentication apis using simple tokens"

Re: why require social linking? by Peter Rasmussen

I totally agree that this was a major turnoff and completly unnessesary. This is unfortunatly a trend picking up speed alot lately.

Re: why require social linking? by Clinton Begin

+1 I love InfoQ... but I am already authenticated against InfoQ, and I try to manage my social network connections... so no vote from me today. :-/

Re: why require social linking? by Oyku Gencay

That is exactly what I've done. Why give my social data for a simple survey. Shame on you Infoq.

Supporting InfoQ accounts soon by Dio Synodinos

Being able to vote with an InfoQ account is a featured that has been requested several times by our users, and we are currently working on it. Thank you for your patience and stay tunned for major improvements that will be coming in the following weeks!

Re: why require social linking? by George de la Torre

Exactly, redirecting is no 90's....

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