The pace of innovation in the digital world is staggering — that much we know. But what about the impact on web developers? How will burgeoning new trends such as wearable technologies and ultra-intelligent software change the way these highly-skilled professionals conceive and build new digital tools? For that matter, will software completely supplant the entire web development field as Web 3.0 quickly transitions to Web 4.0 and beyond?
Not likely. But web developers will be forced to adapt and broaden their skill set in the face of sweeping, industry-wide change. The degree and speed of that adaptation remains to be seen, but one thing is certain: opportunities and challenges that are only now beginning to emerge will make web development one of the digital world’s most fascinating fields in the years to come.
Hosted by Creative Niche’s Gassia Maljian, Web 4.0 and the Developer: Opportunities and Challenges in a world of wearable technologies and ultra-smart artificial intelligence, will feature some of North America’s top digital insiders as they share their views on the many exciting career opportunities available to today’s—and tomorrow’s—web developers. The interactive hour-long panel discussion will offer audience members critical insights into:
- Cutting-edge trends in the web development industry
- Challenges that web developers may need to overcome in the next decade
- Key skills every web developer will need to remain competitive in a Web 4.0 world
- The impact of dynamic new trends such as wearable technologies
- Opportunities for career growth and progression as technologies continue to change at a lightning-fast pace
To provide insights into career opportunities for highly-skilled mid to senior-level web developers interested in broadening their skills and achieving their full career potential.
Mid to senior-level web developers interested in learning about new trends and occupational growth opportunities in their field, as well as the kind of skills they’ll need to remain competitive in a Web 3.0 and 4.0 world—and beyond.
Assumed Audience knowledge
This audience of mid to senior-level web developers will be highly skilled in their fields, have a minimum of five years’ work experience and will be looking for advanced career insights that can only be delivered by today’s leading digital executives.