Adresa s vísledky průzkumu:https://insights.stackoverflow.com/survey/2019
Cituji z úvodu:
This year, nearly 90,000 developers told us how they learn and level up, which tools they’re using, and what they want.
Stack Overflow’s annual Developer Survey is the largest and most comprehensive survey of people who code around the world. Each year, we field a survey covering everything from developers’ favorite technologies to their job preferences. This year marks the ninth year we’ve published our annual Developer Survey results, and nearly 90,000 developers took the 20-minute survey earlier this year.
Key Results - Here are a few of the top takeaways from this year’s results. Python, the fastest-growing major programming language, has risen in the ranks of programming languages in our survey yet again, edging out Java this year and standing as the second most loved language (behind Rust).
Over half of respondents had written their first line of code by the time they were sixteen, although this experience varies by country and by gender.
DevOps specialists and site reliability engineers are among the highest paid, most experienced developers most satisfied with their jobs, and are looking for new jobs at the lowest levels.
Of the top countries on our survey, China has developers that are the most optimistic, believing that people born today will have a better life than their parents. Developers in Western European countries like France and Germany are among the least optimistic about the future.
When thinking about blockers to productivity, different kinds of developers report different challenges. Men are more likely to say that being tasked with non-development work is a problem for them, while gender minority respondents are more likely to say that toxic work environments are a problem.
We asked respondents to think about the last time they solved coding problems with and without our site. The data indicates that Stack Overflow saves a developer 30 to 90 minutes of time per week!
Nahlédnutí do struktury obsahu
Life Outside Work
Technology - The tools of the trade
Most Loved, Dreaded, and Wanted Languages
Development Environments and Tools
Work - How developers get down to the business of software
Looking for a new development job? Check out Stack Overflow Jobs.
Community - Where developers come to learn, share knowledge, and build their careers
Methodology - How we planned and analyzed our survey