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It is often said that learning never stops and a perfect appendix to that at this juncture is development in computing is always in flux. All of the major tech players and startups with names we don’t know yet are working away on some or all of the new major building blocks of the future.
If you have not heard of the term "Phishing", you have not been paying attention of late - web-wise. If you're reading this, it's likely your personal information is available to the public. And by "public" I mean everyone everywhere. I hear you screaming "what about internet privacy?" Sorry to disappoint you - there is no such thing. Some have gone to extreme lengths to delete themselves but to no avail.
The development community has witnessed the emergence of new coding paradigms and approaches that have had a seismic change to how they work over the past thirty years. The mainstreaming of object-oriented programming in the early 1990s and the emergence of multi-core programming and web2 in the late 2000s are a few cases in point. More recently, Covid-19 has turned the development world on its head, forcing teams to adapt to a brave new distributed world. As we enter the second year of the pandemic, it is increasingly clear that these changes aren't going to be a temporal blip but rather may just stay with us for the foreseeable future.