CW500: The future of software development

In this CW500 Club event, IT leaders at the forefront of software development strategy explained their approach and shared their experiences of the future of software development.

Today’s software development strategy needs to consider trends such as agile, mobile, app stores, cloud, middleware, open source and open standards – and more. The future of software development increasingly blurs the lines between in-house applications, packaged software, and the cloud.

How can an IT leader ensure their software strategy meets such demands, and uses the right combination of in-house and external skills?

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CW500: Agile techniques for software development

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Dave Heath, head of software engineering at the LateRooms Group, gives his views on the future of software development, in this presentation for Computer Weekly’s CW500 Club for senior IT professionals. DOWNLOAD THE REPORT

Jagdeep Singh Bhambra, head of software development at the FT, gives his views on the future of software development, in this presentation for Computer Weekly’s CW500 Club for IT leaders. DOWNLOAD THE REPORT

Gus Power, CTO at Energized Work, gives his views on the future of software development, in this presentation for Computer Weekly’s CW500 Club. DOWNLOAD THE REPORT

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