Kariera software developera
na poważnie
Wojciech Seliga
@wseliga wojciech.seliga@spartez.com
Who is this guy
• Spartez Co-founder & CEO
• Atlassian JIRA guy
• Seasoned developer
• Recruiting from around 2004
• Last ...
Confitura 2012
1 2 3 4 5
Awful Awesome
M
ost
Discussed
Talk
*distribution guessed
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvVkD7huKAE
Disclaimer
Twitter: @wseliga
Disclaimer
just kiddingTwitter: @wseliga
There are people who make things happen,
there are people who watch things happen,
and there are people who wonder what ha...
Jim Lovell
Apollo 13 mission commander
There are people who make things happen,
there are people who watch things happen,
...
watch
watch 75%
watch
wonder
75%
watch
wonder
75%
20%
watch
wonder
make
75%
20%
watch
wonder
make 5%
75%
20%
watch
wonder
make 5%
75%
20%
I hope I am here
How did you end up
doing X?
How did you end up
doing X?
That was by
accident!
Ice Floe "Strategy"
Steer your own career
Sigmoid Curve
Empty Raincoat by Charles Handy
Sigmoid Curve - Career
From http://vannevar.blogspot.com/2009/01/riding-sigmoid-curve.html
Sigmoid Curve Chained
From http://vannevar.blogspot.com/2009/01/riding-sigmoid-curve.html
Linchpin and Lizard Brain
An attractive company
Culture
Products/Customers - Impact/Purpose
Opportunity for personal growth
Colleagues
Money
Locatio...
An attractive company
Culture
Products/Customers - Impact/Purpose
Opportunity for personal growth
Colleagues
Money
Locatio...
An attractive company
Culture
Products/Customers - Impact/Purpose
Opportunity for personal growth
Colleagues
Money
Locatio...
An attractive company
Culture
Products/Customers - Impact/Purpose
Opportunity for personal growth
Colleagues
Money
Locatio...
Culture
Culture
• Beliefs
• Values ... in practice
• Practices
• Attitude
• Openness (Open Source, Community, Public
Issue/Status ...
From HubSpot
“
”
Culture is to recruiting as product to marketing
From HubSpot
The way people work and live
• Customer Orientation
• Discipline
• Quality
• Risk Taking
• Great Place to Work
• Results Orientation
• Customer Orientation
• Discipline
• Quality
• Risk Taking
• Great Place to Work
• Results Orientation
• Open Company, No...
• Customer Orientation
• Discipline
• Quality
• Risk Taking
• Great Place to Work
• Results Orientation
• Open Company, No...
• Customer Orientation
• Discipline
• Quality
• Risk Taking
• Great Place to Work
• Results Orientation
• Open Company, No...
• Open Company - No Bullshit
• Don't Fuck The Customer
• Be The ChangeYou Seek
• Great Place to Work
• Simplicity FTW
Impact / Purpose
Products
Passionate Customers
Open Source
Delight
Criticality
Sharing
Charity
Involvement
Revenue
Opportunities
for personal
growth
Job Titles
Job Titles
• Ignore titles - companies imprison you with
them and trade them for increased salaries
Job Titles
• Ignore titles - companies imprison you with
them and trade them for increased salaries
• Invent your own titl...
Job Titles
• Ignore titles - companies imprison you with
them and trade them for increased salaries
• Invent your own titl...
Developer Career
Credits: ptmoney.com
Managerial Career
vs
Dev or Manager -Vision
When your vision of what you want to do is
what you can do single-handedly, then you should
pursue ...
The choice should not
be driven by money
The company should offer
devs and managers similar
growth opportunities
Colleagues
Nerds vs Geeks
Nerds vs Geeks
Colleagues
“
”
You are the average of the five people
you spend the most time with.
Jim Rohn
Senior developers
• what does it tell about a company when a
graduate becomes a team architect in a
year?
• and gets the m...
Senior Developer
Senior Developer
• super-smart
Senior Developer
• super-smart
• productive - delivers!
Senior Developer
• super-smart
• productive - delivers!
• analyses potential solutions from various perspectives, identifie...
Senior Developer
• super-smart
• productive - delivers!
• analyses potential solutions from various perspectives, identifie...
Senior Developer
• super-smart
• productive - delivers!
• analyses potential solutions from various perspectives, identifie...
Senior Developer
• super-smart
• productive - delivers!
• analyses potential solutions from various perspectives, identifie...
Senior Developer
• super-smart
• productive - delivers!
• analyses potential solutions from various perspectives, identifie...
Senior Developer
• super-smart
• productive - delivers!
• analyses potential solutions from various perspectives, identifie...
Senior Developer
• Creates trust by being hyper-visible
• Be the engineer that everyone wants to
work with
Senior developers
make mistakes
• Nobody is perfect
• Senior developers acknowledge this fact
and are prepared and willing...
10000
hours
8 hours a day
5.5 years
14.7 years
3 hours a day
14.7 years
3 hours a day
Meetings
14.7 years
3 hours a day
Meetings
Processes
14.7 years
3 hours a day
Meetings
Processes Methodologies
14.7 years
3 hours a day
Meetings
Processes Methodologies
Mails
14.7 years
3 hours a day
Meetings Procrastination
Processes Methodologies
Mails
Kids vs. Santas
Kids vs. Santas
Kids vs. Santas
Kids vs. Santas
Kids vs. Santas
Kids vs. Santas
Kids vs. Santas
Kids vs. Santas
Kids vs. Santas
Money
Pay ranges - job ads
• Sets clear upfront expectations inside and
outside
• Avoids dork applicants: I passed in my life ma...
Pay Ranges
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
You can always earn
more ... elsewhere
Salary - Prison
Hatred
Sadness
Apathy
Passiveness
Aggression
Doubts
Fear
Mortgage
Loan
Family
Luxuries
School
Changing you
job?
When to change your job
When to change your job
• You no longer learn/grow
or your growth decelerates
When to change your job
• You no longer learn/grow
or your growth decelerates
• You don't have fun
When to change your job
• You no longer learn/grow
or your growth decelerates
• You don't have fun
• One of it should be e...
When to change your job
• You no longer learn/grow
or your growth decelerates
• You don't have fun
• One of it should be e...
When to change your job
• You no longer learn/grow
or your growth decelerates
• You don't have fun
• One of it should be e...
Job Interviews
• Your opportunity to see what kind of people
work in the company, what is important to
them and if you can...
0%
people regret
changing their job*
0%
people regret
changing their job*
0%
majority regret it was too late
Ex-employees or Alumni
Intrigued?
We are hiring in Gdańsk
• Development Team Lead
• Front-End Developer
• QA Engineer
• UX Designer
• Java Develo...
Take-aways
Take-aways
• Take control of your career - don't jump just to the
closest bigger floe
Take-aways
• Take control of your career - don't jump just to the
closest bigger floe
• Don't be complacent. Be hungry!
Take-aways
• Take control of your career - don't jump just to the
closest bigger floe
• Don't be complacent. Be hungry!
• T...
Take-aways
• Take control of your career - don't jump just to the
closest bigger floe
• Don't be complacent. Be hungry!
• T...
Take-aways
• Take control of your career - don't jump just to the
closest bigger floe
• Don't be complacent. Be hungry!
• T...
Take-aways
• Take control of your career - don't jump just to the
closest bigger floe
• Don't be complacent. Be hungry!
• T...
Take-aways
• Take control of your career - don't jump just to the
closest bigger floe
• Don't be complacent. Be hungry!
• T...
Take control of your own career
Don't let accidents drive your life
Highest Point of
Contribution
Credits
• Certified 100% - by Arianne - http://www.flickr.com/photos/whatnot/6853556/ - CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
• Ampersand - by Chr...
Questions?
Technology
Cobol vs Java
Cobol vs Java
• COBOL (COmmon Business-Oriented Language)
- 1959, objects added in 2002, new standard still in
progress
Cobol vs Java
• COBOL (COmmon Business-Oriented Language)
- 1959, objects added in 2002, new standard still in
progress
• ...
Cobol vs Java
• COBOL (COmmon Business-Oriented Language)
- 1959, objects added in 2002, new standard still in
progress
• ...
Cobol vs Java
• COBOL (COmmon Business-Oriented Language)
- 1959, objects added in 2002, new standard still in
progress
• ...
Cobol vs Java
• COBOL (COmmon Business-Oriented Language)
- 1959, objects added in 2002, new standard still in
progress
• ...
© JobsTractor 2011-2013
from www.tiobe.com
Off-topic: dynamic languages
from www.tiobe.com
Polyglots Needed?
from www.drdobbs.com
Fraction of programmers (y-axis) who spend x amount of time coding in a given langu...
Polyglots Needed!
from www.drdobbs.com
Fraction of programmers (y-axis) who spend x amount of time coding in a given langu...
infoShare 2013: Wojciech Seliga - Kariera software developera na poważnie.
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infoShare 2013: Wojciech Seliga - Kariera software developera na poważnie.
infoShare 2013: Wojciech Seliga - Kariera software developera na poważnie.
infoShare 2013: Wojciech Seliga - Kariera software developera na poważnie.
infoShare 2013: Wojciech Seliga - Kariera software developera na poważnie.
infoShare 2013: Wojciech Seliga - Kariera software developera na poważnie.
infoShare 2013: Wojciech Seliga - Kariera software developera na poważnie.
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  1. 1. Kariera software developera na poważnie Wojciech Seliga @wseliga wojciech.seliga@spartez.com
  2. 2. Who is this guy • Spartez Co-founder & CEO • Atlassian JIRA guy • Seasoned developer • Recruiting from around 2004 • Last year "processed" 400+ candidates • Made lots of mistakes in his career and wants to share some of the lessons learnt
  3. 3. Confitura 2012 1 2 3 4 5 Awful Awesome M ost Discussed Talk *distribution guessed http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvVkD7huKAE
  4. 4. Disclaimer Twitter: @wseliga
  5. 5. Disclaimer just kiddingTwitter: @wseliga
  6. 6. There are people who make things happen, there are people who watch things happen, and there are people who wonder what happened. “ ”
  7. 7. Jim Lovell Apollo 13 mission commander There are people who make things happen, there are people who watch things happen, and there are people who wonder what happened. “ ”
  8. 8. watch
  9. 9. watch 75%
  10. 10. watch wonder 75%
  11. 11. watch wonder 75% 20%
  12. 12. watch wonder make 75% 20%
  13. 13. watch wonder make 5% 75% 20%
  14. 14. watch wonder make 5% 75% 20% I hope I am here
  15. 15. How did you end up doing X?
  16. 16. How did you end up doing X? That was by accident!
  17. 17. Ice Floe "Strategy"
  18. 18. Steer your own career
  19. 19. Sigmoid Curve Empty Raincoat by Charles Handy
  20. 20. Sigmoid Curve - Career From http://vannevar.blogspot.com/2009/01/riding-sigmoid-curve.html
  21. 21. Sigmoid Curve Chained From http://vannevar.blogspot.com/2009/01/riding-sigmoid-curve.html
  22. 22. Linchpin and Lizard Brain
  23. 23. An attractive company Culture Products/Customers - Impact/Purpose Opportunity for personal growth Colleagues Money Location Technology
  24. 24. An attractive company Culture Products/Customers - Impact/Purpose Opportunity for personal growth Colleagues Money Location Technology
  25. 25. An attractive company Culture Products/Customers - Impact/Purpose Opportunity for personal growth Colleagues Money Location Technology
  26. 26. An attractive company Culture Products/Customers - Impact/Purpose Opportunity for personal growth Colleagues Money Location Technology
  27. 27. Culture
  28. 28. Culture • Beliefs • Values ... in practice • Practices • Attitude • Openness (Open Source, Community, Public Issue/Status Tracking, Forums) • Executives & Board
  29. 29. From HubSpot “ ” Culture is to recruiting as product to marketing
  30. 30. From HubSpot The way people work and live
  31. 31. • Customer Orientation • Discipline • Quality • Risk Taking • Great Place to Work • Results Orientation
  32. 32. • Customer Orientation • Discipline • Quality • Risk Taking • Great Place to Work • Results Orientation • Open Company, No Bullshit • Build with Heart and Balance • Don't #@!% the Customer • Play, as a Team • Be the ChangeYou Seek
  33. 33. • Customer Orientation • Discipline • Quality • Risk Taking • Great Place to Work • Results Orientation • Open Company, No Bullshit • Build with Heart and Balance • Don't #@!% the Customer • Play, as a Team • Be the ChangeYou Seek
  34. 34. • Customer Orientation • Discipline • Quality • Risk Taking • Great Place to Work • Results Orientation • Open Company, No Bullshit • Build with Heart and Balance • Don't #@!% the Customer • Play, as a Team • Be the ChangeYou Seek
  35. 35. • Open Company - No Bullshit • Don't Fuck The Customer • Be The ChangeYou Seek • Great Place to Work • Simplicity FTW
  36. 36. Impact / Purpose
  37. 37. Products Passionate Customers Open Source Delight Criticality Sharing Charity Involvement Revenue
  38. 38. Opportunities for personal growth
  39. 39. Job Titles
  40. 40. Job Titles • Ignore titles - companies imprison you with them and trade them for increased salaries
  41. 41. Job Titles • Ignore titles - companies imprison you with them and trade them for increased salaries • Invent your own title - summarize how you would like others to see you
  42. 42. Job Titles • Ignore titles - companies imprison you with them and trade them for increased salaries • Invent your own title - summarize how you would like others to see you • Pay for your title :)
  43. 43. Developer Career Credits: ptmoney.com Managerial Career vs
  44. 44. Dev or Manager -Vision When your vision of what you want to do is what you can do single-handedly, then you should pursue it.The day your vision, what you think needs to be done, is bigger than what you can do single-handedly, then you have to move toward management. And the bigger the vision is, the farther in management you have to go. From: http://www.paulgraham.com/hamming.html “ ”
  45. 45. The choice should not be driven by money
  46. 46. The company should offer devs and managers similar growth opportunities
  47. 47. Colleagues
  48. 48. Nerds vs Geeks
  49. 49. Nerds vs Geeks
  50. 50. Colleagues “ ” You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with. Jim Rohn
  51. 51. Senior developers • what does it tell about a company when a graduate becomes a team architect in a year? • and gets the most senior position in engineering year later?
  52. 52. Senior Developer
  53. 53. Senior Developer • super-smart
  54. 54. Senior Developer • super-smart • productive - delivers!
  55. 55. Senior Developer • super-smart • productive - delivers! • analyses potential solutions from various perspectives, identifies the pros/cons and is not afraid of making recommendation
  56. 56. Senior Developer • super-smart • productive - delivers! • analyses potential solutions from various perspectives, identifies the pros/cons and is not afraid of making recommendation • can break down a mammoth task/project into smaller tasks
  57. 57. Senior Developer • super-smart • productive - delivers! • analyses potential solutions from various perspectives, identifies the pros/cons and is not afraid of making recommendation • can break down a mammoth task/project into smaller tasks • can make accurate estimates for bigger endeavors*
  58. 58. Senior Developer • super-smart • productive - delivers! • analyses potential solutions from various perspectives, identifies the pros/cons and is not afraid of making recommendation • can break down a mammoth task/project into smaller tasks • can make accurate estimates for bigger endeavors* • can mentor other developers, e.g. via code reviews and pairing
  59. 59. Senior Developer • super-smart • productive - delivers! • analyses potential solutions from various perspectives, identifies the pros/cons and is not afraid of making recommendation • can break down a mammoth task/project into smaller tasks • can make accurate estimates for bigger endeavors* • can mentor other developers, e.g. via code reviews and pairing • can make justified recommendations on new technology - frameworks, libraries, languages, etc.
  60. 60. Senior Developer • super-smart • productive - delivers! • analyses potential solutions from various perspectives, identifies the pros/cons and is not afraid of making recommendation • can break down a mammoth task/project into smaller tasks • can make accurate estimates for bigger endeavors* • can mentor other developers, e.g. via code reviews and pairing • can make justified recommendations on new technology - frameworks, libraries, languages, etc. • an architect who actually produces code http://www.kitchensoap.com/2012/10/25/on-being-a-senior-engineer/ http://katemats.com/paradox-autonomy-recognition/
  61. 61. Senior Developer • Creates trust by being hyper-visible • Be the engineer that everyone wants to work with
  62. 62. Senior developers make mistakes • Nobody is perfect • Senior developers acknowledge this fact and are prepared and willing to solve various problems then cannot foresee
  63. 63. 10000 hours
  64. 64. 8 hours a day 5.5 years
  65. 65. 14.7 years 3 hours a day
  66. 66. 14.7 years 3 hours a day Meetings
  67. 67. 14.7 years 3 hours a day Meetings Processes
  68. 68. 14.7 years 3 hours a day Meetings Processes Methodologies
  69. 69. 14.7 years 3 hours a day Meetings Processes Methodologies Mails
  70. 70. 14.7 years 3 hours a day Meetings Procrastination Processes Methodologies Mails
  71. 71. Kids vs. Santas
  72. 72. Kids vs. Santas
  73. 73. Kids vs. Santas
  74. 74. Kids vs. Santas
  75. 75. Kids vs. Santas
  76. 76. Kids vs. Santas
  77. 77. Kids vs. Santas
  78. 78. Kids vs. Santas
  79. 79. Kids vs. Santas
  80. 80. Money
  81. 81. Pay ranges - job ads • Sets clear upfront expectations inside and outside • Avoids dork applicants: I passed in my life many tests and exams. I don't have to be punished in this way to be motivated and work effectively. How much you pay 1500 PLN gross, or less? • Unfortunately publishing exact salaries (even internally) is in Poland forbidden by law.
  82. 82. Pay Ranges 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
  83. 83. You can always earn more ... elsewhere
  84. 84. Salary - Prison Hatred Sadness Apathy Passiveness Aggression Doubts Fear Mortgage Loan Family Luxuries School
  85. 85. Changing you job?
  86. 86. When to change your job
  87. 87. When to change your job • You no longer learn/grow or your growth decelerates
  88. 88. When to change your job • You no longer learn/grow or your growth decelerates • You don't have fun
  89. 89. When to change your job • You no longer learn/grow or your growth decelerates • You don't have fun • One of it should be enough
  90. 90. When to change your job • You no longer learn/grow or your growth decelerates • You don't have fun • One of it should be enough • Use Career Mirror: a spouse, a partner, best friend, a parent, a sibling ...
  91. 91. When to change your job • You no longer learn/grow or your growth decelerates • You don't have fun • One of it should be enough • Use Career Mirror: a spouse, a partner, best friend, a parent, a sibling ... • and follow their advice
  92. 92. Job Interviews • Your opportunity to see what kind of people work in the company, what is important to them and if you can learn from them • The best candidates are those from whom interviewers can learn something • Both sides play this game - it's not a solitaire
  93. 93. 0%
  94. 94. people regret changing their job* 0%
  95. 95. people regret changing their job* 0% majority regret it was too late
  96. 96. Ex-employees or Alumni
  97. 97. Intrigued? We are hiring in Gdańsk • Development Team Lead • Front-End Developer • QA Engineer • UX Designer • Java Developers • Product Manager • Product Marketing Manager www.spartez.com
  98. 98. Take-aways
  99. 99. Take-aways • Take control of your career - don't jump just to the closest bigger floe
  100. 100. Take-aways • Take control of your career - don't jump just to the closest bigger floe • Don't be complacent. Be hungry!
  101. 101. Take-aways • Take control of your career - don't jump just to the closest bigger floe • Don't be complacent. Be hungry! • There are more pay grades above you that you think
  102. 102. Take-aways • Take control of your career - don't jump just to the closest bigger floe • Don't be complacent. Be hungry! • There are more pay grades above you that you think • Bet on good colleagues and good culture
  103. 103. Take-aways • Take control of your career - don't jump just to the closest bigger floe • Don't be complacent. Be hungry! • There are more pay grades above you that you think • Bet on good colleagues and good culture • Don't let imprison yourself with the salary
  104. 104. Take-aways • Take control of your career - don't jump just to the closest bigger floe • Don't be complacent. Be hungry! • There are more pay grades above you that you think • Bet on good colleagues and good culture • Don't let imprison yourself with the salary • Change your job if you grow too slowly or the mirror test says so
  105. 105. Take-aways • Take control of your career - don't jump just to the closest bigger floe • Don't be complacent. Be hungry! • There are more pay grades above you that you think • Bet on good colleagues and good culture • Don't let imprison yourself with the salary • Change your job if you grow too slowly or the mirror test says so • Technologies come and go - they are tools, not the purpose
  106. 106. Take control of your own career Don't let accidents drive your life
  107. 107. Highest Point of Contribution
  108. 108. Credits • Certified 100% - by Arianne - http://www.flickr.com/photos/whatnot/6853556/ - CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 • Ampersand - by Chris - http://www.flickr.com/photos/chrisinplymouth/3684495317/ - CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 • Ice Floes - By Jason Auch - CC-BY-2.0, via Wikimedia Commons • Seal on Ice Floe - by Tolka Rover - http://www.flickr.com/photos/eob/3146276478/ - CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 • Ice Raft - by Tim Ellis - http://www.flickr.com/photos/tim_ellis/26360944/a - CC BY-NC 2.0 • Steering by keepingtime_ca - http://www.flickr.com/photos/keepingtime_ca/4851722309/ - CC SA 2.0 • Suit 1 - by Nelson Pavlosky - http://www.flickr.com/photos/skyfaller/303724468/ - CC SA 2.0 • Hippie Cats - by Jessica Langlois - http://www.flickr.com/photos/coollibrarian/3148395959/ - CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 • Greek Parthenon - by Nathan Jones - http://www.flickr.com/photos/pwinker/2764031408/ - CC BY-NC 2.0 • Roman Column - by Diane Lee - http://www.flickr.com/photos/dileeshus/8293023363/ - CC BY 2.0 • Alumni - By Meghdad thrust - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3ASome_alumnus_of_IUT_2.jpg - CC BY-SA 3.0 • Mirrors - by Dean Shareski - http://www.flickr.com/photos/shareski/3786803863/ - CC BY-NC 2.0 • Money! - by Trace O - http://www.flickr.com/photos/tracy_olson/61056391/ - CC BY-SA 2.0 • Prison Bars - by Fernando Silveira - http://www.flickr.com/photos/fernandosilveira/421888962/ - CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 • Questions - by Mykl Roventine - http://www.flickr.com/photos/myklroventine/2372327933/ - CC BY 2.0 • Drop Impact - by Roger McLassus - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:2006-01-28_Drop-impact_modified.jpg - CC BY-SA 3.0
  109. 109. Questions?
  110. 110. Technology
  111. 111. Cobol vs Java
  112. 112. Cobol vs Java • COBOL (COmmon Business-Oriented Language) - 1959, objects added in 2002, new standard still in progress
  113. 113. Cobol vs Java • COBOL (COmmon Business-Oriented Language) - 1959, objects added in 2002, new standard still in progress • Java - 1995 (1.0), Java 7 (01.2010 with tons of features → 07.2011 bare, Java 8 (2012 → 2014 (18)), Java 9 (2016 → 2025)
  114. 114. Cobol vs Java • COBOL (COmmon Business-Oriented Language) - 1959, objects added in 2002, new standard still in progress • Java - 1995 (1.0), Java 7 (01.2010 with tons of features → 07.2011 bare, Java 8 (2012 → 2014 (18)), Java 9 (2016 → 2025) • Do you remember Delphi? or ...ActionScript?
  115. 115. Cobol vs Java • COBOL (COmmon Business-Oriented Language) - 1959, objects added in 2002, new standard still in progress • Java - 1995 (1.0), Java 7 (01.2010 with tons of features → 07.2011 bare, Java 8 (2012 → 2014 (18)), Java 9 (2016 → 2025) • Do you remember Delphi? or ...ActionScript? • Some say: native apps for mobiles are dead
  116. 116. Cobol vs Java • COBOL (COmmon Business-Oriented Language) - 1959, objects added in 2002, new standard still in progress • Java - 1995 (1.0), Java 7 (01.2010 with tons of features → 07.2011 bare, Java 8 (2012 → 2014 (18)), Java 9 (2016 → 2025) • Do you remember Delphi? or ...ActionScript? • Some say: native apps for mobiles are dead • Expect at least 5 - 10 big waves in your career
  117. 117. © JobsTractor 2011-2013
  118. 118. from www.tiobe.com
  119. 119. Off-topic: dynamic languages from www.tiobe.com
  120. 120. Polyglots Needed? from www.drdobbs.com Fraction of programmers (y-axis) who spend x amount of time coding in a given language in 2010.
  121. 121. Polyglots Needed! from www.drdobbs.com Fraction of programmers (y-axis) who spend x amount of time coding in a given language in 2012.
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