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Some interesting demographics on the G+ Delphi Developers community

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/04/28

Stefan Glienke started some interesting demographics polls on the G+ Delphi community.

Demographics are about group members that actually voted. Which might rule out Delphi programmers not writing English well.

Despite that, I think it actually tells a lot, especially when you read the comments as well.

And it made DavidI provide some background on the geographic distribution: Where in the world are programmers using Delphi? – Blogs.

–jeroen

3 Responses to “Some interesting demographics on the G+ Delphi Developers community”

  1. Peter said

    This is not aimed at you specifically, but I don’t have Google+:

    I found it always nice that age did not matter so much in programming communities. I find it slightly odd and annoying when people focus on this.

    Categorizing people, moaning about age, and craving for “fresh blood” in delphi communities is a little disgusting.

    I know it’s used as an argument to effect change in politics regarding Delphi development and trying to stay relevant with other people. But it’s also a discriminating pressure on people.

    I like variety, but looking always “who are we”, “where are we”, is annoying. It’s like people who look at themselves in the mirror always. Just go back and improve the subject/topic/problem itself, and stop focusing on unrelated “social” questions.

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