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  • 1
    wouldnt it depend on the use tho? or are we talkin bout all around
  • 3
    no android... no way.
  • 0
    JavaScript <3
  • 9
    @CozyPlanes the language is Java, so....
  • 0
    Does this chart represent the supply of programmers for each language or the demand?
  • 3
    @slaat
    Android is not Java
    Java is not Android
  • 4
    C# ❤ would be my first choice...
  • 6
    Android is Java.java is not android
  • 1
    Golang... where are you?
  • 2
    @CozyPlanes the flying fuck you talking about, android aint a language mate
  • 0
    Love Java but would like to go with something that's less present here in my country: JavaScript, through NodeJS
  • 3
    C++. That shit is a monster
  • 1
    I feel like you'd be hard pressed to find a dev role that -only- required SQL. Usually you've got a database backing up software written in some other groovy language.
  • 1
    iOS is not a language either, and there aren't many SQL jobs which don't require another backend language.

    And this is pretty region dependent as well I think, there are less Python and C# jobs here than PHP.

    Most of the jobs here (EU) are Java (enterprise applications), Swift and/or Java (mobile apps), fullstack PHP/JS/SQL (web), and then the odd job opening for Python/C++/C#. I actually see surprisingly few fulltime Ruby, NodeJS, Go, Rust, etc stuff here, sometimes it's mentioned as an extra, used for some side project.

    There are some global differences though, our Asian teams (Hong Kong and India) have trouble finding anything except for Java devs, while the US seems to have much more variation with Python, NodeJS and Ruby specialized people.
  • 1
    @gitchboy this is right!
  • 0
    Where is Microsoft excel :D
  • 2
    c# is the best
  • 0
    @CozyPlanes you program in Android?

    Excuse my ignorance, but wouldn't that be like saying you program in iOS? Does that even make sense?
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