Now deviating from the previous thread of opensource from Part 3, I would like to focus on proprietary platform mainly Microsoft Technologies on the web and some other established alternatives for the internet dwellers by-and-large.
Proprietary Technologies for Responsive Web Programming
It is known fact that any language or technology developed at Microsoft couldn’t be opensource in total sense because Apple and Microsoft are infamous for their dominancy hidden agenda over the market since the beginning. Thus, recent version C# and ASP.NET are also victims of the same policies and a developer has to spend buck on the purchasing of license of software/tools from the Microsoft at any critical stage of development, be it web or mobile.
Recent changes in Microsoft Technologies and some other alternative languages like Python and Ruby make more sense in the progress of Responsive Web Development.
If we look at Clojure we can say it is pragmatic and with modern Lisp and great for data dealing. If you have complex projects and demanding FP (functional programming), usage still keeping OOP (object-oriented programming) Scala is the best alternative for JVM fans.
Presence of UX professionals and QA Team Makes Difference
Apart from the knowledge bank of programming language in a company, its designers particularly UI and UX designers in a collaborative team working in highly conductive environment make greater differences in the outcome of the project in long run. If you are intended to beat your fierce competition a solid team of QA professionals or programmers are mandatory in your selected company. You need to look at the portfolio of the company and decide their quality management standards. If you are opting for customization, then asking them directly is more advisable.
In short, this series will give you some insights of various languages and company cultures accordingly so you can select the best company that suits to your business and align the core value of that company with your present needs by offering long-term partnership in your businesses.