The ways in which we conduct day-to-day business are shifting rapidly. This is something that was already happening in recent years as a simple result of the advancement of technology. The coronavirus pandemic, however, has sped up the chances, and has led businesses all over the world to transition quickly to new work practices.
In 1995, while working for Netscape, Brendan Eich came up with a programming language that he developed in just 10 days and today is used the world over by millions of developers. It was the era of the dotcom boom when Netscape was the best (and only) web browser around and 56K dial-up modems were the epitome of speed.