What are the Most used programming languages and databases in Brazil?
A data set analysis using Stackoverflow Survey Results from 2019 to 2021
The main goal of this work is to find out what are the most used and wanted programming languages and databases in Brazil in the last 3 years.
We also can see if the newest fields in applied informatics, like artificial intelligence, data science, autonomous vehicles or blockchain, just to name a few, have impacted the use and demand for programming languages and databases.
- What are the most used programming languages in Brazil?
2. What are the most wanted programming languages in Brazil?
3. What are the most used databases in Brazil?
The most common databases in Brazil was MySQL that was at the top from 2019 to 2020, followed closely by Postgresql. In 2021, Postgresql finally climbed to the top as most used database in Brazil, accordingly to the Stackoverflow survey results.
4. What are the most wanted databases in Brazil?
Here can see that Postgresql is still at the top of the rank as the most used and wanted database in Brazil followed by MongoDB.
An interesting fact here is that MySQL, that was at top of most used databases in Brazil in 2019/2020 went down several positions in the rank. The same happened with the non-free flavors Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle both in the last positions in the list.
The idea of this article was to take a look at the most used and wanted programming languages and databases in Brazil comparing theses results from 2019 to 2021.
We saw that Python is climbing fast to the top positions probably because the data science field in Brazil are increasing fast in the last two years and are mainly for python programmers, even though R and Julia shows their importance in several job offers.
Regarding the databases, we saw that the commercial versions Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle are not in demand and are both at the bottom of the most wanted databases while Postgresql and MySql are still in the first positions, followed by MongoDB
To see more about this analysis, see the link to my Github available here