“Achieving continuous innovation, Hamel stresses, “lies outside the performance envelope of today’s bureaucracy-infused management practices.” It will require major changes in mind and heart. It will need, Hamel writes, new values, new processes for innovation, a greater adaptability, the infusion of passion in the workplace and a new belief system or ideology.”
“For years now, it has been self-evident to us at RedMonk that programming language usage and adoption has been fragmenting at an accelerating rate [coverage]. As traditional barriers to technology procurement have eroded [coverage], developers have been empowered to leverage the runtimes they chose rather than those that were chosen for them. This has led to a sea change in the programming language landscape, with traditional language choices increasingly competing for attention with newer, more dynamic competitors.
While the question is obvious – which languages should I support? – the answer, and mechanisms for determining an answer, have been considerably less so….”