• Joshua JenkinsJoshua Jenkins, over 6 years ago

    Dreamweaver is going to render you meaningless. A butterfly flapped its wings in Nova Scotia.

    15 points
  • Nick PfistererNick Pfisterer, over 6 years ago (edited over 6 years ago )

    ...the need to code is waning.

    I don't know where the author got this idea. Coding is one of the most in-demand job skills right now.

    12 points
    • Daniel GoldenDaniel Golden, over 6 years ago

      The products that trigger thoughts like "the need to code is waning" are built by people who "need to code".

      1 point
  • Nick HNick H, over 6 years ago


    This is almost a buzzfeed article.

    5 points
  • Radu NicolaieRadu Nicolaie, over 6 years ago

    Don't know why but this article has managed to scare me a little bit.

    4 points
    • Jeff CouturierJeff Couturier, over 6 years ago

      It shouldn't. Boag is wrong on a lot of these points. And those that he isn't wrong about apply to a narrow slice of the market rather than the market as a whole.

      1 point
  • Zethus SuenZethus Suen, over 6 years ago

    In-house teams and SaaS have been on the rise for years now, not sure why 2015 is such a momentous year?

    3 points
  • Andrew Richardson, over 6 years ago (edited over 6 years ago )

    1 and 2 make plenty of sense to me.

    3 (Code automation) is simply silly, those programs are great for simple websites, which is essentially what #2 (SASS) does as well, it takes away the lower end work but they still cannot compete with front end developer for sustainability and large scale projects.

    4 (Decline of the website) seems a little speculative. I don't really see web declining much, just shifting. Even siri needs the web to work.

    3 points
    • Kurt JarchowKurt Jarchow, over 6 years ago

      I think it's common to equate the "web" with the internet. The web is just a layer on top of the internet, but it is one of many (though the most popular at the moment).

      Siri needs the internet to work.

      1 point
  • Jeff CouturierJeff Couturier, over 6 years ago

    I predict that Paul Boag is wrong, or at the very least too narrowly focused, about a lot of these predictions.

    1 point