PLEASE REVIEW THE MORE RECENT VERSION FOR FEBRUARY 2011. About 6 months ago, I looked at the job trends for traditional programming languages again. Given the popularity of these posts, I have decided to make this a recurring theme. In the last update, I included Delphi due to the fairly high ranking it had in… Read More Traditional Programming Language Job Trends – August 2010
PLEASE REVIEW THE MORE RECENT VERSION FOR AUGUST 2010. About 6 months ago, I looked the the job trends for various programming languages. Given that TIOBE released their yearly programming language rankings, I figured I should update the job trends again. In this update, I will use the TIOBE rankings to determine what languages to… Read More Traditional Programming Language Job Trends – February 2010
Every month, TIOBE updates their popular programming language list. I tend to ignore the monthly updates as longer term trends are normally more interesting. Last week, TIOBE released the updated yearly list for 2009. This is where you can see actual language trends. Much to my surprise, TIOBE announced that Google’s Go programming language was… Read More Google’s Go and Apple Development Are Gaining Ground
PLEASE REVIEW THE MORE RECENT VERSION FOR FEBRUARY 2010. I recently wrote about what programming languages jobs are currently requiring. In the comments and other venues, people mentioned it would be really interesting to see the job trends over time. So, I decided to see what trend information I could find. Thankfully, Indeed and SimplyHired… Read More Traditional Programming Language Job Trends
The other day, I was reading a very good article from ReadWriteWeb regarding where all of the semantic web authoring tools are. The author, Nitin Karandikar, had some very good points about the importance of tools. On the one hand, most authors are comfortable with, and proficient in, desktop authoring tools such as Microsoft Word,… Read More Is the Semantic Web Dead On Arrival?