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By now, we're all too familiar with the saying 'every company is a software company' but scaling and delivering quality software is - to put it simply - hard: Software development complexity keeps growing, with tech stacks constantly changing and new cloud services popping up.

Yet, there simply aren't enough software engineers available in the market: IDC quantified that the shortage of full-time developers is currently 1.4 million people (2021) and that will rise to 4 million people in just 4 years.

At the same time, the revolution of hybrid work and the pandemic acceleration of digital has exploded the backlogs of software dev teams in every industry. These last two disruptions may have been the straw that broke the camel's back on the old approach for conventional development.

We predict seven software development trends that will be key in 2022 and that software engineering leaders should consider to modernize their dev teams, practices and tools and achieve their business goals.

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