The software developer is changing – and so is their workflow

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What does a software developer do? That’s easy: they develop apps and software, right? It’s no longer that simple. Whereas before developers were reserved to handle writing software – a specialist skill – now they are expected to collaborate more with the business. And that requires communicating and better understanding various aspects of the business in which they operate.

About the author

Malcolm Ross, VP of Product Strategy and Deputy CTO at Appian.

The business / IT landscape is changing. Developers now need to communicate projects in a clear and easily digestible way, and they need to collaborate with people far beyond the boundaries of the IT function. Fortunately, there are tools that facilitate that collaboration, and they’re changing the face of coding forever.

The appetite for change

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