For technology, change is imperative. Change is constant. Sure, this is a cliché but that is the main fact. Technology has to develop. Scientists are constantly trying to bridge the gap, move to the next level. Search engines are constantly optimised. Behind the scene, there exist a group of people with common interest who are working towards a better and optima result so that you can have high-performance, high-speed applications and tools. Everything is constantly changing, you only know when it's visible…majority of this changes occur in the backend and unless it's very obvious in the front-end, e.g. on your browser, you don't see the difference.
“The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn.” – Alvin Toffler
When you are ready to castigate software development, think about it carefully. If the computers are adaptable and adaptive…why can't human be as well? After all we trained the computers to be smart. We nurtured them. Even musicians re-invent themselves…so all the ranting is pointless and fruitless! Right now, they are a group of Facebook developers working on how to better their new template or how to revise it completely, so brace yourselves because in another 4-6 months, you will be see another change and the cycle is going to continue in a loop. The marriage of change and technology is static. It is unbreakable. Change is not stagnant and it will never be.
by LATIFA AYOOLA