"More XML, Visual Basic .NET and C#. Less SQL, HTML and C/C++
coding. More XML databases, more Linux, less Windows. And about the
same quantity of Java and UML.
"Those are the results of a study conducted by Readex Inc., an
independent research firm, into SD Times' readership. While those
results can't be accurately extrapolated to match that of the
broader software development community, the figures do show some
interesting potential trends, such as that scripting languages will
continue to be widely used, that Java remains more popular than any
of Microsoft's individual .NET languages, and that Linux adoption
is increasing while Unix is dropping slightly..."
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