StackOverflow's developer survey results for 2019 are published at last, and they're very interesting.

Last year, almost 90,000 developers participated in telling how they learned and leveled up. They also told what tools they're using, and what they usually want.



As known, StackOverflow's developer survey is the biggest and most comprehensive survey for devs in the world. Every year, they field a survey covering pretty much everything, from the favorite technologies to their job preferences. And last year marked the 9th annual StackOverflow's developer survey.

To address the characteristics of the data, they stated that they summarize the results by country or gender. They also highlight results for underrepresented ethnics groups. But they also use survey weighting to correct the demographic skew.



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