According to 70,000 developers who responded to the May 2022 StackOverflow Developer Survey, most software developers are now working remotely, at least for some time, and flexibility is more appreciated than ever. increase.
Key points from the report include changing developer priorities at work and insights into the technologies that engineers love and hate most about their projects.
New rules for recruiting and retaining developers
The developer team was forced to be completely remote in 2020, And many are still working on how it affected their work habits. This year, 85% of developers say their organizations are at least partially remote, and nearly 43% are fully divided into remote and hybrid organizations. Large enterprise organizations are most likely to be fully remote and hybrid, at 51%.
StackOverflow CEO Prashanth Chandrasekar told InfoWorld:
Chandrasekar says flexibility and the cooperation of technology stack developers are the most important contributors to overall well-being at work. “Many developers drop out of the hiring process because of the technology stack they work with,” he said.
The number of independently hired professional developers has also surged to 17 percent this year, up 5 percentage points from last year.
The organizational culture is also changing, Cloud native method It is well established among StackOverflow survey respondents.Most professional developers (70%) now have some form of CI / CD And 60% have a dedicated devops function.However, only 38% of respondents Internal developer portal To find the tools and services they need.Used by only 16% of organizations Inner sauce Techniques for sharing code and knowledge.
Technology developers like and dislike
It’s a multi-cloud world
AWS With 55% of respondents, it remains the most used cloud platform among the 44,000 professional developers who answered this question. Microsoft Azure (30%) and Google Cloud Platform (26%) is next.
“It’s a very multi-cloud world, and many AWS developers are learning about GCP or Azure and asking a lot of questions about those platforms,” says Chandrasekar.
Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) options such as: Google Firebase (21%) and Heroku (18%) Somewhat popular with respondents, but less popular with professional developers than developers learning to code. For new developers, Heroku is the most popular overall platform at 35%, followed by Firebase at 30%.
Docker usage is steadily increasing
Docker It seems that a resurrection is being seen. This year, professional developer usage has skyrocketed from 55% to 69%, making it the most commonly used tool for professional developers.It is also the most beloved, with 77% of developers I want to continue using Docker..When it comes to using the tool, I was the second ubiquitous package manager npmfollowed by thread, self madeWhen Kubernetes..
At the end, Web3 is still torn by software developers, 32% of respondents were positive, 31% were disadvantaged, and 26% were indifferent. Web3 refers to a new idea for a distributed web where data and content are registered on the blockchain, tokenized, or managed and accessed in a peer-to-peer distributed network.
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