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Software Architecture and Design InfoQ Trends Report - April 2023
The InfoQ Trends Reports provide readers with a high-level overview of key topics, while helping the InfoQ editorial team focus on innovative technologies. Highlights from the April 2023 “Architecture & Design” Trends Report include:
Design for Portability is gaining adoption, as frameworks like Dapr focus on a cloud-native abstraction model and allow architects to separate business logic from implementation details.
Large language models are going to have a significant impact, from helping us understand architectural trade-offs to empowering a new generation of low-code and no-code developers.
Sustainability of software will be a major design consideration in the coming years. Work is being done to better measure and then reduce the carbon footprint of software systems.
Decentralized apps are taking blockchain beyond cryptocurrency and NFTs, but a lack of consumer demand will make this a niche pattern.
Architects are always looking for improvements on how to document, communicate, and understand decisions. This may be another area where large language models will play a role in the future, acting as forensic archeologists to comb through ADRs and git history.
QCon New York (June 13-15) Track Abstracts and Hosts Finalized; Sponsorships Still Available
Tracks and hosts for the the 9th annual QCon New York (Jun 13-15) have been confirmed and published. This year’s track themes include:
Modern Data Architecture and Engineering, hosted by Allen Wang, Senior Staff Engineer @DoorDash
Connecting Distributed Systems: APIs done right, hosted by Daniel Bryant, Head of DevRel @ Ambassador Labs & InfoQ News Manager
Next-Gen Fintech: Performance, Complexity & Privacy, hosted by Neha Sardana Vice President & Senior Developer @MorganStanley
Optimizing Teams or Fast Flow: Surviving in the post-Agile Aftermath, hosted by Katharine Chajka Senior Product Manager @Planview Flow Methodology
Next in Cloud Native Development, hosted by Christie Warwick (Wilson) Software Engineer @Google
Sponsorships are still available QCon New York 2023. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
ChatGPT is fun, but will it replace programmers (and marketers)?
While some predict widespread job losses and economic upheaval resulting from AI-powered tools like ChatGPT, many experts predict that AI will actually augment the nature of human work by automating the tedious and repetitive aspects of our jobs, allowing us to focus on more creative work.
InfoQ Top 10 Content of Q1 2023
To help you gauge what software development leaders have been thinking about and reading over the past three months, we’ve assembled a list of Top 10 Content published on InfoQ in Q1 of 2023, based on page views: