The Tools & Tech Leaderboard for 2012 shows…
We’re not much for fanfare here at ZeroTurnaround, but this is our most ambitious report that we’ve ever created. This year, over 1800 respondents shared their take on “the developer life” with us, with 1100 Java-focused surveys completed.
Want to know how much uptake Java SE 7 has seen since its release? Which IDE has grown most in user base since last year? Which application server has jumped 300% in popularity by Java developers since 2011? You’ll also get the latest numbers on Oracle WebLogic, IBM WebSphere, Eclipse, JBoss, Jenkins/Hudson, Maven, Subversion and Tomcat (alert: shameless SEO plug). It’s all in there!
In addition, we take a shot at questions like, “How do Java developers spend their work week?” and “What aspects of the coding life increase or decrease efficiency at work?” Sound good? Then sign up to get the full report!
Digging into data searching for insights is always an exciting activity. Last year’s Java EE Productivity Report 2011 was focused on tools/technologies/standards in use (exclusive selections) and turnaround time in Java (i.e. how much time is spent per hour redeploying/restarting).
This year, you will find in the full version of the Developer Productivity Report 2012 expanded coverage on technologies and tools used by Java development teams.
We also focused more on the abstract side of development. We wanted to know “What makes developers tick?” and learned a lot more about how the developer lifestyle. Our results include a lot of interesting trends and insights, so we broke them down into 4 parts:
- Part I: Developer Tools & Technologies Usage Report – coverage of Java versions, JVM languages, IDEs, Build Tools, Application Servers (containers), Web Frameworks, Application (server-side) Frameworks, JVM Standards, Continuous Integration Servers, Front End Technology, Code Quality Tools, Version Control Systems
- Part II: Developer Timesheet – How do devs spend their work week?
- Part III: Developer Efficiency – What aspects of your job make devs more/less efficient?
- Part IV: Developer Stress – What keeps devs awake at night?
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It’s probably best to sign up to get the full Developer Productivity Report 2012, which includes the complete Developer Tools & Technologies Report, the Developer Timesheet Report, Developer Stress Report and the Developer Efficiency Report.