What are the most used web languages and frameworks in France by companies according to their year of creation? This is the question that the Breaz marketplace (which specializes in the recruitment of developers) wanted to answer. Its survey is based on the analysis of the software environment of more than 600 French companies (mostly start-ups) that are clients of the platform.
“A company created in 2008, for example, may have modified its stack over time. It is therefore a ‘photograph’ that allows us to identify a trend,” says Edouard Rosenblum, co-founder and CEO of Breaz.
Node.js and Ruby soar
First observation: the most recent French start-ups tend to favour Node.js and Ruby as backend technologies to the detriment of PHP or Java. “In fact, we’re seeing tension on the recruitment market around Node.js and Ruby, with recruiters fighting over the best profiles focused on these languages,” says Edouard Rosenblum.
ReactJS: the framework to follow
The study published by Breaz is accompanied by a new service, called Startupstack, which allows you to search for companies based on the web technologies they use.