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Software Evolution: The Five Generations From Mainframe to Mobile Apps to HTML5

March 13th, 2013 by jeremychone | Comments Off

I finally took some time to write a blog post on Software Evolution that I wanted to write for a long time.

In short, if we step back and look at the evolution of the software application architecture over the last 20 years, based on these two core characteristics, we can plot the journey of the quest for the perfect Software application model on a decreasing sinusoid depicting five generations, as shown here.


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Don’t Get Stuck in a Cloud

September 15th, 2009 by jeremychone | 2 Comments »

Mysterious, comforting, scary, and attractive are all possible adjectives to describe a cloud. Interestingly enough, this is true of all kinds of clouds, from the meteorological to the computing. During the last few years, we have a seen a proliferation of clouds forming from every corner of the Internet. Nowadays, it is very rare to see any Internet technology presentation without at least a few clouds.

So is cloud computing simply vaporware, or something tangible?

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