“The days of the one-size-fits-all monolithic database are behind us, and developers are now building highly distributed applications using a multitude of purpose-built databases. Developers are doing what they do best: breaking complex applications into smaller pieces and then picking the best tool to solve each problem. ” – Amazon CTO Werner Vogels
The highest reason for rejection of candidates in IT interviews is lack of knowledge in trending skills.
62.1% of developers are open to new opportunities but won’t look for them actively.
90% of developers have stated that they are partially self-taught.
65% of developers learn new coding languages through tutorials on YouTube channels, the most widely used platform to learn coding.
Young Developers show interest in learning 6 new languages besides the 4 that they usually know, the ratio reduces to 3 for developers above the age of 35 years.