Ajit Nazre, Dr. Ajit Nazre - MBA, HARVARD UNIVERSITY Boston, MA Ph.D. in Biomechanics,
          Hanover, Germany CSO & EVP Digital Media Services, Reliance Industries Ltd.

       Ajit Nazre, Dr. Ajit Nazre      



Are these 5 tech trends in programming going to help or hurt the Indian IT Services industry?

1. Key aspects of software development, e.g. manage, develop, build, test and deploy are undergoing massive transformation and making development cheaper, faster, and more secure.
• Cloud based integrated development environment companies are providing developers 
with an advantage of writing code in an easier, faster and simpler fashion. 
• Amount of new code written is reduced by more design driven development, auto code completion, code repositories, code plug ins, widgets, and continuous agile 
• Automated test tools and services in the cloud are making it ever easier to test code 
before deployment
• Cloud security and identity services have made it easier for enterprise applications to 
work on public, private or hybrid cloud environments

2. A new class of Reactive Applications is becoming more and more prevalent in both Consumer and Enterprise-facing environments. Reactive Applications are distinguished by having one or more of the following defining traits:
• Resilient: The ability to recover and repair itself automatically in order to provide 
seamless business continuity.
• Interactive: Rich, engaging, single page user interfaces that provide instant feedback 
based on user interactions and other stimuli.
• Scalable: Can scale within and across nodes elastically to provide compute power on-
demand when it’s needed.
• Event-Driven: Enables parallel, asynchronous processing of messages or events with 

3. Integration of applications to external data sources and other applications is becoming ever easier because of open APIs.

4. Rapid increase in mobile development has impacted the prevalent programming languages. User base of objective C and Python have grown whereas that for Java and C++ has eroded.

5. Consumerization of programming with services such as IFTT is reducing the need for specialized skill set. Pre-developed toolkits will enable anyone to be a developer.