Developer Ecosystem Survey 2022: Discover Raw Data
The raw data of Developer Ecosystem Survey 2022 is now available for public access. You can now access the answers of 29,269 developers and conduct your own analysis. The raw data is accessible in two formats: csv file and a Jupyter notebook in Datalore with examples of analysis.
JetBrains and Constructor University Partner To Advance Software Development Education
Constructor University has announced its new partnership with JetBrains. JetBrains is already participating in the Computer Science BSc Program at the university. Over 80 students are currently enrolled, and the number of students is expected to reach 200 over the next 3 years. In addition to its involvement in the educational program, JetBrains will also establish Joint Research Labs at Constructor University, focusing on industry-oriented education and training in software development. The partnership with Constructor University will help JetBrains drive the future of software development
The State of Developer Ecosystem 2022
The State of Developer Ecosystrem 2022, the sixth annual report about the software industry that we base on the responses of almost 30,000 people.
Research Hub: a new frontier of research
Maria Antropova spoke with her colleagues — Cognitive Research Lead and Marketing Analyst Yanina Ledovaya and UX researcher Giulshan Dzhafarova.
State of the event industry: the perspective of tech conference organizers and developers
“I don’t think the fundamental reason why people attend conferences has changed or is going to change – it’s about those meaningful connections.”Kevin McDonald, Chief Commercial Officer at Web Summit TL;DR The event industry has had to change significantly to adapt to the pandemic and it is continuing to transform. Globally, all the different entities involved – attendees, speakers, organizers, and sponsors – have had to adjust to this new reality. While preparing JetBrains Connect episode #8, we asked event attendees and organizers about how the industry is tackling these new c
The State of Developer Ecosystem 2021
The results of our fifth annual Developer Ecosystem Survey are in! The report tracks the current trends around various programming languages, applications, tools, frameworks, and even developers’ lifestyles and habits. What’s different about this year’s report is that this year we improved our methodology and extended the survey geography to the whole world! The State of Developer Ecosystem 2021 report is based on the input from 31,743 developers from 183 countries and regions that helped JetBrains map the landscape of the developer community. Here are some interesting findings: JavaScr
The state of Go
The Go language is high up on the list of popular programming languages used today. We already know that its enthusiastic, fun, and welcoming community of users like it for its speed and effectiveness, but we wanted to find out a bit more. We have taken a deeper look into the information available on Go to uncover more facts. Our resident Go expert, Florin Pățan, Developer Advocate for GoLand, has been brought in to provide his take on the findings to discover the state of Go. Where ~1.1 million Go devs Overall, there are about 1,1 million professional Go developers who use Go as a primary l
Scientific Research Initiatives by JetBrains
You may have heard that at JetBrains, we “develop with pleasure” and have the “drive to develop”, but what you may not have heard is that our interests are not limited to just development and the creation of powerful, productivity-enhancing tools. We very much believe in improving on what we can and leaving a better future for those who follow in our wake. One of the ways we do this is by investing heavily in ongoing scientific research in cutting-edge innovation and education. Our research efforts see us collaborating with some of the top scientific institutions across the world to support ap
A Picture of Java in 2020
This year Java hit an incredible milestone and reached the grand old age of 25 years. We celebrated its jubilee by running a special online Java day event, where lots of expert speakers shared their experience and gave tips and tricks on how to get more from the language. This got us thinking, and we decided to do a deep dive into the data to discover once and for all what the common state of Java is, and to help answer some of your burning questions. Some of what we have found may come as no surprise, but there are some very unexpected insights too. With Java 15 released this week, we decid
The State of Developer Ecosystem 2020
Check out the fourth annual JetBrains report on the state of the developer ecosystem! This year it includes more topics than ever before, as well as insights into the lives of developers. Along with the 15 languages and dozens of technologies we’ve covered before, this year we’ve added some new sections: R language, Microservices, Testing, Big Data, and even developer lifestyles! This time we adopted a new methodology that let us include far more responses than in previous years. This report is based on the opinion and experiences of almost 20,000 developers. Here are just a few of
A First-Hand Insight into Marketing Research at JetBrains
Kotlin Developer Advocate Eugene Petrenko talked with Maria Antropova, Head of the JetBrains Marketing Research department, about her work, her team, their current tasks, and future plans. Your team has been around for quite a while. How did you start out and what kinds of research do you do? It was back in 2012, when I came to the ReSharper team as an analyst. As more analysts joined me over time, we formed a team as part of the Marketing department. We started with product surveys, market research, and sales analysis—small-scale tasks that addressed our colleagues' ad hoc requests at the