Santa Cruz, CALIF. (December 9, 2021) – The forecasted growth rate for the worldwide developer population slowed in 2020 and 2021 due to the recession caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, Evans Data Corporation forecasts reveal that, in some economies, the rate of developer population growth may return to pre-pandemic levels as early as 2022.
Now at 25.023 million, the worldwide developer population is estimated to increase to 29.573 million in 2026. The current top developer populations in the world are the United States, India, China, Russia, and Brazil. However, by 2026, developer populations will shift according to the Evan Data Corporation Worldwide Developer Population and Demographic Study.
The Worldwide Developer Population and Demographic Study provides the most comprehensive, current, and detailed data on the state of the global developer population providing population estimates by country and region along with 5-year projections. Now in its 30th iteration, the report combines intensive secondary research with a proprietary model to predict developer populations by regions and country estimating the number of developers adopting various technologies within those geographies.
Evans Data Corporation is the industry leader in market intelligence focused on areas of development. Specializing in conducting market research in the IT and development community, Evans Data Corporation’s research capabilities extend across the technology landscape. The company conducts research on the entire range of practitioners including IT professionals, CIOs, CTOs, IT management, web and application designers, digital graphics professionals, business analysts, software architects, data admins, data scientists, and QA professionals.
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