So about this time of the month I’d usually announce the latest monthly programming language trends from Jobs Tractor. Oh, go on then, they’re here http://jobstractor.com/monthly-stats you can read the summary yourself there.
This month though I thought I’d share something different. I recently got Jobs Tractor scraping the links in the tweets and extracting some additional information from them. This includes any programming languages mentioned there, so I can get more reliable filtering for things like Ruby jobs in London etc. I don’t use that data for the monthly stats as currently I make no distinction between
Nice to have skills
However, I decided to run those stats whilst was in there anyway this evening. And this is what happens.
Top 5 based on skills mentioned in tweet
- PHP (707 jobs)
- Java (674 jobs)
- Objective-C (495 jobs)
- Java (Android) (276 jobs)
- SQL (258 jobs)
Top 5 based on all skills mentioned in linked page
- PHP (1064 jobs)
- Java (948 jobs)
- SQL (890 jobs)
- Objective-C (704 jobs)