Does anybody else feels it same or is it just my own case?
According to Indeed.com's Job Trends, its a real thing:
I got laid off a month and a half ago. Usually when I'm looking for work it takes less than a month. For whatever reason I'm still looking now.
I hope I don't have to switch over to react.
I would think this trend has more to due with app marketplace saturation.
Example: Rails took a huge percentage hit (-12%), still node.js only got up (+3%), so is web jobs disappearing? or new jobs being created and the market expanding (Machine learning & AI)?
The raw data used for the chart is available in the GitHub repo or in the JS file.
I don't think that the rails hit, is the result of fewer web jobs. I think it's more a case of the web is transitioning into more JS led architecture.
> Python (which I suppose includes Django), and Vue.js
it's too easy to read it as:
> Python (which I suppose includes Django, and Vue.js)
> I contribute to an Apache project
Has been the primary souce of pain
Given that the popular opinion in the circles that matter seems to be anti-patent, the really surprising thing is to see this blip where popular opinion inverts itself and throws in on the pro-patent side. More than anything else, the negative reaction to React licensing seems to have more to do with anti-Facebook sentiment being stronger than folks' feelings towards patents, rather than any real reversal towards seeing patents positively.