Insights: 2018 Ruby on Rails Community Survey
We recently published the final results from our semi-biennial survey that we’ve been conducting for nearly a decade. Over 2,000 Rails developers responded from 72 different countries across the globe. We posted a collection of articles about a few of the results that caught our attention:
- The State of Test Coverage in Rails
- Keeping Ruby on Rails on Track with Containers
- Code Quality Matters in Rails
In addition, I’ve prepared a short video presentation to talk through further data points that were a bit surprising…while injecting my take on what might be contributing to them.
Are Rails developers keeping their apps updated? Is Ruby on Rails attracting new developers? What RubyGems are keeping developers awake at night? …is Ruby on Rails dying?
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What were you most surprised to learn about in this year’s survey results?
A few related articles:
The majority of Ruby on Rails applications that we provide long-term maintenance and development on are inherited. Our…medium.com
I spoke with ten different companies about the benefits of adding Ruby on Rails to their toolset.medium.com