A recent article proclaimed that deep coding is on the decline with little chance of revival. The days of locking yourself in a room and exclusively coding are slowly fading. The industry seems to be moving toward systems driven by "software connectors" allowing users to customize programs to their needs with less developer intervention. What is the future of developers who thrive in the depths of code? How scarce will jobs for deep coders become? How will these developers adapt to a more modularized and component based future of software development? And, finally, is the future of software going to become a plug-and-play proposition where the need for deep coding is gone? No answers here, but many questions to explore.
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