I took my first "business machines" class in high school in 1991, attended my first computer science class in 1994 (learning Pascal), and moved to Silicon Valley in 1997 after Cisco converted my internship into a permanent position. The eight I'm covering in this article include desktop operating systems, web browsers, networking, social networks, mobile apps, Internet of Things, cloud computing, and artificial intelligence. In the social network space, development is completely centralized by the owners of the platforms (Twitter, Facebook, etc.) A technology with a low barrier to entry and decentralized platform development has the greatest potential for future impact.
Jun-30-2017, 12:05:08 GMT