Most companies today rely on Python, Ruby, JavaScript, C#, PHP, Swift, or Java to develop digital products and services. If we rewind time by just a decade or two, the list of leading development languages looks completely different. And the same holds if we could jump forward to 2030 and beyond. 

Exactly which programming languages will power businesses of the future is anyone’s guess. We’ll use this article to highlight five languages with serious next-generation potential.  


Rethinking Software Development

Whether you’re running a large company with thousands of employees, or a boutique firm with just a dozen, it’s time to start rethinking your approach to software development. This article is intended to serve as a synopsis of moves our clients have made in an effort to consolidate and modernize their technology stacks.

We’ll begin by examining the many advantages that arise from modernizing, as well as some of the popular frameworks and tools we use. Next, we’ll discuss the role of software development partners, followed by guidelines we recommend clients use when building a team of their own. Lastly, we’ll end by discussing software as it relates to customers service and the role AI will play as we move forward.


When’s the last time you booted up a Windows 2000 PC? We’d wager it’s been quite a while. No doubt, Windows 2000 can still tackle common tasks such as simple web browsing, emailing, and number crunching, but newer systems like Windows 10 have made tremendous improvements. There’s no question about it.