Developer Survey 2017
March 24th, 2017 | By Jscrambler | 2 min read
Stack Overflow just released their most recent Developer Survey - you can check it here - and we decided to dive into the results. Come along!
First thing we found interesting to see is that most Developers are working with Web Programming confirming that Web is here to stay:
Source: [Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2017](/survey/2017#developer-roles "target="_blank)
Source: [Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2017](/survey/2017#technology-programming-languages "target="_blank)
The common use of Node.js (47.1%), and AngularJS (44.3%) was also pointed out:
Source: [Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2017](/survey/2017#technology-frameworks-libraries-and-other-technologies "target="_blank)
Source: [Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2017](/survey/2017#technology-languages-over-time "target="_blank)
Along with all of the other areas of the survey, such as company types and career satisfaction, under Work, or education and demographics under Developer Profile, the 2017 edition of the Stack OverFlow Developer Survey is a truly interesting read for anyone who wants to see where they fit in the spectrum of this survey respondents this year or simply want to better understand the landscape of development today.