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  • Report The Forrester Wave™: Mobile Low-Code Platforms For Business Developers, Q3 2018

    The 12 Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack Up
    August 7, 2018 | Jeffrey Hammond, Bill Seguin

    In our 30-criteria evaluation of mobile low-code platforms for business developers, we identified the 12 most significant providers — AppSheet, Betty Blocks, Dropsource, DSI, Intelledox, Microsoft,...

  • Report Brief: 2015 Mobile App Developer Platform Preferences

    Android Extends Its Global Lead, iOS Shines In North America, And Windows Gains Ground As A Third Player
    November 25, 2015 | Jeffrey Hammond

    In 2015, Android and iOS devices still capture the dominant share of mobile developers' attention. But the gap between the also-rans and at least one of these two leading mobile operating systems...

  • Report Quick Take: Microsoft Attracts Developers Through Choice, Scale, And Imagination

    May 1, 2015 | J. P. Gownder, Jeffrey Hammond, Dave Bartoletti

    Developer conferences are among the hottest technology events these days, selling out in days if not hours. Developers willingly queue up to get the latest information on core platform technologies...

  • Report Microsoft Ascending

    In First 100 Days, Nadella's Team Shifts To A More Open And Aggressive Posture
    May 28, 2014 | John Rymer, Jeffrey Hammond, James Staten

    When Microsoft named Satya Nadella the third CEO in its history this past February, we posited 10 questions he needed to answer to ensure Microsoft's future relevance to enterprises. As Nadella's...

  • Report The Future Of Microsoft .NET: New Options, New Choices, New Risks

    The Emerging Windows Platform Expands On The .NET Framework
    August 24, 2012 | John Rymer, Jeffrey Hammond

    One Microsoft platform era is ending and another is beginning. The .NET era as we've known it is winding down. .NET doesn't go away — it becomes Microsoft's preferred server environment for a...

  • Report The Future Of Java

    Java Will Be Constrained By The Bounds Of Oracle's Business Model
    January 21, 2011 | John Rymer, Jeffrey Hammond

    Drama has been running high since Oracle began to shape up the Java technology it acquired along with Sun Microsystems. Oracle ended the impasse over a new core Java release, set out a road map for...

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