Developing software centres
COMMUNITIES and the world have shortened a long distance into a one-finger touch. It is only possible due to computer technology, software developers and software engineering.
Although it be any field of life, different organisations and sectors of life have acquired software technology to go global.
We are already familiar with science and technology which have reduced human efforts, while competitive software developers have given a solution, in the form of robots, to the various problems.
Robots have no common sense as computers do have.
They act according to instructions assigned by a programmer.
Developing a software provides a product that deals with the needs of different entities. Technology plays an initiative role for growth of our industries, oil and gas sectors, education, health, banking and economic conditions, etc.
It means if we want our economy to grow, we must share our ideas through various means. And the media should organise seminars and competition programmes for promoting sharing ideas on technology.
This will help bring organisations and various life-related sectors closer to technological discoveries. This in turn will help nation as well as our economy.
In different countries, profit-oriented organisations and non-profit-oriented organisations have been engaged in solving and reducing different issues of society like education, health, food and environment.
If they are so enthusiastic about some issues, why aren’t they willing to work over technological issues?
Are they not able to do so? If yes, then they should come forward to set up free ‘software developing centres’. And those among us who are well-heeled should also take part in this initiative because it is the technology that deals with all sectors of life and ensures a solution to problems of all related businesses/entities.
Our government should set up software developing centres, district-wise, because doing this will move our generations towards logic and technology and would also end unemployment that has been a critical issue.
I also appeal to Unesco to set up software developing centres.
FURQAN HYDER SHAIKH