Some of the biggest news stories in the Programming and Development realm this year were not necessarily good for developers. For example, Android has become very fragmented between the carriers and the handset makers, causing huge problems for the developers. Windows Phone 7 looked so very promising, but the reality has been a bit of a disappointment, considering their competition. To me, the lack of interest in parallel programming (in no small part due to the kinds of applications that we usually get to be involved in) has been a bit of a disappointment. And a lot of developers I know are simply unhappy about the sudden, rapid, and hard shift that many companies are making to cloud computing. Looking back at some of these stories, what were you the least happy about this year?
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Justin James is the Lead Architect for Conigent.