Guest Post – A Look at the User-Centric Future of Academic Research Software — And Why It Matters, Part 1: Trends – The Scholarly Kitchen

“Researchers are now able to create viable products and services in a highly decentralized fashion, which means it is increasingly likely that there will be a gap between the software landscape that publishers and other stakeholders currently envision, and the one that will soon exist.  As researchers become more tech-savvy, many are developing products for themselves and leveraging commercial, yet open source, technologies to create modern platforms and services that not only fit their needs, but are easy to use; this is a bellwether for the tools researchers and publishers are likely to see on the horizon….”

Source: Guest Post – A Look at the User-Centric Future of Academic Research Software — And Why It Matters, Part 1: Trends – The Scholarly Kitchen