Cloud computing

I always love to predict what’s gonna happen in the future. Don’t get me wrong, It doesn’t mean I like to become the next Nostradamus!
Web is one of the main things I’m interested in.
Now as an experienced web developer, I’m going to share a piece of its future with you. Listen (or read!) carefully.

Nowadays, Internet and IT are growing and changing so fast that their future is not very clear to anyone. But I’m sure Cloud computing is going to spread so fast in the next decade and replace almost all client-based software and applications. You will no longer need to install a software. You just have to install a good web browser and enter a website address, or maybe install a lightweight app. then you can use Photoshop, Word, Excel, Autocad, etc. with all of their features online. So much easier than what you have to do today.

Our children will use cheap desktops and tablets and they’ll be able to do whatever they want by making a small online payment to a website and use its online services.

So if you want to be the next Bill Gates or Mark Zuckerberg, read more about Cloud computing and its features, then try to build a new web application that can take some old offline applications’ place.
I bet you’ll succeed if you just do it right.

Author: Ardalan Naghshineh

Ardalan started web designing and front-end development when he was only 8 years old, and 5 years later began server-side programming. He has built over 100 websites/web apps ever since.

4 thoughts on “Cloud computing”

  1. Yes, you are right… the trend is beginning to become more vivid…
    I use dic, converter, etc. online, too…
    Steps to become the SLAVES of the internet… :-((
    If we are not called yet…

    1. The fact that we’re becoming extremely dependent on the Internet is obvious, and its absence would mess up everything. It’s also so powerful that it can easily influence our decisions and thoughts in order to benefit some “slaveholders”.
      However, I think its advantages can outweigh its disadvantages.

      1. In fact it depends on the original plan behind the whole movement… And if there was not one it’s even more scary 🙂

  2. You predicted the future, somehow 😉 I realised this after watching Apple WWDC of 2011, Steve job’s last keynote that he introduced iCloud.

    and it was the last major move from Apple in cloud computing… I expected a lot more.

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