Each year the StackOverflow site posts a survey for developers to record their current feelings, thoughts and background. They've posted the results for this year's survey with the results from over 64,000 developers worldwide.
Each year since 2011, Stack Overflow has asked developers about their favorite technologies, coding habits, and work preferences, as well as how they learn, share, and level up. This year represents the largest group of respondents in our history: 64,000 developers took our annual survey in January.
As the world’s largest and most trusted community of software developers, we run this survey and share these results to improve developers’ lives: We want to empower developers by providing them with rich information about themselves, their industry, and their peers. And we want to use this information to educate employers about who developers are and what they need.
They start by share some high level points they learned from this year's results. The remainder of the post is the results presented in a more easily consumable graph/chart form. You can, of course, download the data yourself if you're interested in running reports of your own.