Off the back of relatively successful predictions for 2023, here are my, likely to be mostly wrong predictions for 2024.
At the beginning of January, I made some predictions for the year. How did they pan out? Some where surprisingly accurate..
Tech needs more proactive generalists with high-level problem-solving- and interpersonal skills, with a high capacity for learning, but we hire for deep specialization with an emphasis on rote memorization. How do we start probing for what really matters?
Bruce Lee said "Using no way as a way, having no limitation as limitation", and I think this applies to software engineering and programming languages as well.
The current tech lay-offs will spell the end of Big Tech as we know it. Here is why!
Yearly predictions are fun. Here are my, likely to be mostly wrong predictions for 2023.
Startup success is a lot like a lottery, but where certain factors can tilt the odds in your favour. Calling it a lottery may be unpopular, but even Venture Capitalists admit it to an extent.
For years, the crypto industry has been crying out for "regulatory certainty" to the point where a large proportion of people have been gaslit into thinking there is actually regulatory uncertainty. There is, in fact, no uncertainty.
The pandemic accelerated the move towards remote work. Now a new generation of tools are in many instances making the virtual superior to the physical. What long-term consequences does this bring?
I`ve been through the cycle of writing on Blogger, Wordpress, Tumblr, Medium, Substack. No more, the cycle has to end. I`m taking back control.