On Bubble Software

Marc Hedlund in Web Development 2.0: “Software isn’t written for Web 2.0 companies the way it was during the bubble, nor is it written the way traditional, shipped software was. New ideas about Web applications seem to necessitate new ways of making those applications.”

Marc Hedlund in Web Development 2.0:

“Software isn’t written for Web 2.0 companies the way it was during the bubble, nor is it written the way traditional, shipped software was. New ideas about Web applications seem to necessitate new ways of making those applications.”

Published: February 11th, 2006

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