Is there even anything left to develop? Content style software like games will be generated by llm. Every relevant tool exists already and the only meaningful software advances left are in ai where you need tons of resources. I think development is done now
Is there even anything left to develop? Content style software like games will be generated by llm.
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>Is there even anything left to develop?
No. You should give up and seek employment at the nearest Taco Bell. Sorry but the software industry is closed.
that's right. everything that is possible has been done now, and there's no point in explorating further. thanks OP
I already was a paid dev but it sucked so i left after 5 years
>Every relevant tool exists already
and half of them are fucking terrible
find one that sucks and remake it
I do GIS for a living and yes there's still plenty things to dev for. Especially in the open-source community.
What is the most anti globohomo thing i could help develop right now? Something they really wouldnt like
Again go and work at your local Taco Bell. The entire purpose of the internet and computers is globalization
>The entire purpose of the internet and computers is globalization
Wrong brainlet the purpose is decentralization. The internet started sucking once it became increasingly centralized
Nope that's a LAN. The internet was always centralized and it would be complete shit if it wasn't. Stop drinking the alt right neonazi koolaid
Here's what you can develop: making machine learning models run faster and with less resources.
everyone thought the same in the early 2000s, because quake3 engine and others were considered "too good for a small time developer to compete with".
then some dude coded on his own minecraft and fucked them over.
even if AI is good humans will probably be the ones making videogames bc only humans are capable of that creativity, at least for now.
>only humans are capable of that creativity
You mean like the humans that will give the AI the prompt?
lol just write wordpress themes for private clients. once you've got your dev environment set up you can churn out quite a few.
Everything is already solved. Change job
If all you can do is program, then you're competing with other people who can program (directly or through other people they pay), which is a huge number of people who already made a lot of what someone who can program will think of.
On the other hand, if you're an expert in something else AND you can program, it will be much easier to come up with ideas for programs that are useful for those who do this thing you're an expert in. You'll know the common practices, pains, holes in the market, etc. And you'll be able to think of new ideas by looking at specific aspects of that thing that people rarely think about.
I'm the opposite of you, in that I'm knowledgeable about a topic and am learning to program to make software for it. I have literally hundreds of unique ideas written down, which have never been made because the overlap between the experts in my field and programmers isn't that big.
So either look into the things you're knowledgeable about and develop something for that niche, or get into a new field (preferably something where people/companies tend to spend a shitton of money for solutions to their problems) and become knowledgeable about it to make software that people in that niche will find useful.
Or become the programmer that can design the applications that experts want?
Not saying you can't or won't develop what you're seeking, but you'd be better off finding a business partner and hiring some pajeet overseas to code for you than to learn it yourself, from scratch.
You might get the app off the ground either way, but you won't become an expert software engineer. There's no telling where AI will take us, but in my limited experience all I see in the next 5 years is an easier way to setup boilerplate code. Followed by a massive brain drain because we thought we'd enter an AI golden age but in reality there will be a lack of funded, human generated content for the AI to parse.
>easier way to setup boilerplate code
my guess is that's more of a job for nocode/lowcode platfrorms rather than AI since it's highly structured monkey work.
>Or become the programmer that can design the applications that experts want?
Of course getting hired and working on someone else's idea is an option. I would assume that OP is already aware of it, but in his post he seems to be looking for ideas and my post is advice for that.
That would be the ideal scenario, but I'm poor so my only option is to start making money with something simple/manageable, then hire proper engineers when I can afford to.
No, every possible program has been developed. Time to learn a trade.
You'd think so, but I get pleads to come develop all sorts of software every day. Honestly I just wish to retire into a small cabin somewhere for a year or two.