Doesn't pass the smell test: http://www.indeed.com/jobtrends?q=java%2Cpython%2Cobjective-...
Ascending: Python, JS, Ruby, C#, Scala, ObjC, Cloj, and barely C++ and C
Declining: Java, PHP, Perl
TCL is ascending! 0.02% -> 0.03%. :)
This probably shows they landed a big Microsoft shop as a customer in 2012 and a smaller one in 2013.
The last year I and my startup would develop our app only for ios and android. When wp went over the 5-6% our investors ask us to develop also for it asap.
For what I know, almost all startups in my incubator, which are working in the mobile app field, are now focusing in that platform while the previous year no one of them was considering it.
And something like it is happening also for w8.
So yes, i think a +100% is also a low esteem
So, submissions in codeeval should be title for sure.
It's just a heavily biased article is all. We could do a poll on HN and you'd see a dramatically different landscape. I bet C# wouldn't even register on the graph.
You'd lose that bet. Here are two HN polls.
Yes, but as I said I don't see any indication that the bias is towards "enterprise" at all. Python's use in statistics and related fields is quite small compared to its competition in those areas, which don't even show up. So it seems very unreasonable to suggest that is what is giving python a hugely inflated figure just to maintain the notion that there is an "enterprise" bias.
"Perhaps you should fix those mistakes in your "% Change" column... Looks like some rows show a decrease when there is an increase (for example C in 2012 is 4.9 and 4.10 in 2013, and % change here is -16% ...)."
I have to remember to add "What's the % change between 4.9 and 4.10?" to my list of tech interview questions.
(full article here : http://blog.sudobits.com/2012/03/28/top-10-most-popular-prog...)