To design effective outreach campaigns to web developers, it is crucial to know where they go to stay up to date. Which sources of information are popular? Which channels are the best investments of your time and resources?
In this report, based on the 13th edition Developer Economics survey reaching 16.993 web developers, we look at which information sources are on the rise. We break down the popularity of these sources by the technologies used by developers, the regions in which they live, and their professional background. We focus in particular on communities of web developers - a key source of information sharing and peer-to-peer influence.
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- Where do web developers get their information?
- How does the technology developers use influence where they get their information?
- How are web developers in various regions different?
- What communities and Q&A sites do web developers get their info from?
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This report is based on the 13th Developer Economics survey, a large-scale online developer survey designed, produced and carried out by SlashData. The survey received 16,993 responses from web developers. Their answers formed the basis of the insights of this report.
The online survey was translated in seven languages in addition to English (simplified Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese) and promoted by 82 leading community and media partners within the software development industry. We corrected for regional bias and segment distribution bias across our outreach channels.
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