And, that’s not all folks. If you look carefully, you’ll see that even Data Scientists, people who on the first glance don’t have anything in common with JS, use it in 50% of the cases. Look at the picture below:
And, also Back-end developers:
and I would add
whether you like it or not!
But that’s all not folks, again! 🙂
For those who maybe don’t know, couple a years ago Marc Andreessen wrote now famous article Why Software is Eating The World, stating that every company will become a software company or it will perish. Cease to be.
Or as they would say on TechCrunch:
“No matter your industry, you’re expected to be reimagining your business to make sure you’re not the next local taxi company or hotel chain caught completely off guard by your equivalent of Uber or Airbnb. But while the inclination to not be “disrupted” by startups or competitors is useful, it’s also not exactly practical. It is decidedly non-trivial for a company in a non-tech traditional industry to start thinking and acting like a software company. This is why the companies we most associate with “Why Software Is Eating the World” now are startups, with a few notable exceptions (like GE).”
I’ll repeat the last part, or even better, I’ll rephrase it: Software (startups) are eating the world! I won’t elaborate on this statement, or try to prove it, because I think it is an old one and now even proven in some part. Hey, it’s on TechCrunch, a.k.a CNN for Software Startups.
Premise I: All men are mortal
Premise II: Socrates is a man
Conclusion: Socrates is mortal!
Premise I: JS is eating the software
Premise II: Software (startups) are eating the world
Conclusion: JS is eating the world!
My final conclusion, without any definite proof (I’ll leave it to you to deduce it from the above), is: