>>10472800>memes aside, thanks for explaining.
You're welcome.> One more question: will chips become cheaper fast enough to keep up with the slowing of Moore's law?
Nope. Chip manufacturers are very few in numbers. They collude to increase profits. Just enough to not be prosecuted for any anticompetitive behaviour.>I do think IOT data will go stratospheric soon thanks to 5g and everything moving to cheap SoCs.
Yes and no. The volume certainly will explode. But most of it will be shit noise. >there will be a shortage of people able to design structures able to handle the data and organize it.
No, being able to handle vary large volumes of data was the third major area of research the database community got into. Pretty much every major problem was solved before 2009.
The first major research topic was representation and language (SQL, relational algebra etc). The second was a thorough characterization of the structure of the data( normal forms, ACID properties etc)>but
There will be a shortage of people who know how to sift through the noise. It mostly just boils down to knowing what's a good data stream and throwing away bad ones.>but this is normal
CS has always had this huge rift between supply and demand. There is a huge demand for good engineers, yes.>but
There's also a huge supply of shitty koders
It's like the housing crisis. There are more empty mansions than what's required to house all the homeless. But the homeless literally add no value to any if these homes. Yea you may say you've solved the housing crisis. But have you really?>anyway
Don't listen to these fags. Scifags telling you about the future of CS is like a CS fag talking about advanced quantum mechanics because he took phy101 in college. Everyone and their mother has an opinion. All that matters is the cold hard truth.>Get a PhD right after ug>Oldfag advisors only>Quit academia right after PhD.
this is CS, you don't ever have to worry about sub six figure job for the rest of your life