Getting more involved with standardization
According to Anglin, most people never even think about evolving a language as long as they’re using tools that are working for them. “I do think it takes that one percent or 0.01 percent that will see a language that’s working well for a lot of people, has a great ecosystem and libraries, and still say that it can be better,” he said.
Another issue is that there is a limited amount of syntax available, Burson added. Once you use up a certain piece of syntax, it is no longer available for another use case.
Hardware improvements are coming
According to Cambridge Intelligence, data visualization can help expose criminals, reveal suspicious behavior, help mitigate risks, and help fight fraud.
“If I show you the difference effectively from looking at a table like this, to looking at connections of the same data set, then immediately you can see there’s a richness and a lot of information in the connections themselves that you cannot possibly ever find within a spreadsheet,” said Joe Parry, founder and CEO of Cambridge Intelligence.
When people go from looking at data on a spreadsheet to suddenly seeing it laid out in this exciting way, it changes their interest, Parry explained.
from SD Times http://bit.ly/2FiEpyZ