If you are as old as me, you remember the transition from MS DOS to Windows in the early 1990s. Might the arrival of new cloud-based apps that run in a web browser and store their data in the cloud…
This is an interesting article that puts some of coding history into perspective for those of us going forward in the digital world. While I do remember the shift from MS-DOS to Windows 3.0, I wasn’t a programmer, and knew just a little bit about that sort of thing–I knew the basics. I regret that I didn’t do more to learn things then, and progress with the times. Not that I’d necessarily be a programmer/developer, but at least know more for better understanding, and it would lend itself well to my technical writing.
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