“Software innovation is dead. All that’s left is compatibility fixes, security patches, and minor-version-number incremental improvements. The problem isn’t a lack of ideas; it’s a lack of motivated developers. […] The next generation of software engineers, who will be producing software in the next twenty-odd years, are simply not able to produce innovative software. Thirty years ago, programming was a niche area, an art, under constant evolution and requiring intellect and ability. New software was really just that — completely new.” Read the editorial at NewsForge.