Its always good to see the charts and bars of the tech surveys. They inspire and motivate me to learn new things and gives an overview of what developers are using all over the world.
If you are someone like me who follows the surveys closely and with a thought - "why don't they conduct a survey for this?". This is a survey came out of such thought.
We developers use git every day and did it ever occurred to you what could be the most used command in git ?. You could say
git commit, maybe, I don't know and I don't have enough proof to support your statement. And I have tried searching for it and couldn't get a solid data-backed evidence (Maybe I would have missed something, post in the comments if you have exactly what I am looking for).
So I made a survey to ask developers to list the most used git commands in their day-to-day routines. This may not be a big deal for you and only takes less than 2 minutes to complete. So, I request every one of you, who knows and uses git to take this survey and at the end you can actually see the responses from other people. Isn't great? 😏
P.S: Please don't fill if you have already filled or don't fill with random values.
You can ask, "what do I get out of this?" -
- To see what commands are used more frequently by developers all around the globe.
- To give you insight on what commands you use very often
- To help beginners kickstart the learning process by providing them with the most used commands in the industry.
- And to satisfy my curiosity by solid data-backed evidence.😁
I will update this blog with survey results by 25/07/18. I guess a week would be enough, what do you guys think?
And finally, If you don't follow developer surveys, here are a few things to start with
There are a lot of people who love both JS and UX/CSS. If we stop labeling people just as “JS developers” or “UX developers”, we can achieve a ceasefire in the current “JS vs. CSS” war and achieve a mutually benefiting peace.