You may remember back in January when I mentioned that some community members had kindly stepped up to run this year's iOS Developer Community Survey. Well, I'm delighted to say that they were successful, and they recently unveiled the results of this year's survey. Thanks to Chris Hefferman and Dragos Dobrean for running the questionnaire and publishing the results, and to Benjamin Hendricks for writing the first analysis article.

They have plans for more analysis articles in the future, including a comparison between this year and last year's results, which I think will be fascinating, and is one reason I started the survey. Like last year, they're also looking for more people to write analysis articles, so if that sounds interesting, get in touch with them. Until then, take a look at the results. 🎉

Dave Verwer  




macOS Development


iOS Developer @ Atomic Robot – Atomic Robot works with some of the most exciting companies and brands to help them bring their innovative projects to life! We have a highly collaborative team that is focused on high quality engineering and continuous learning. – Remote

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And finally...

That’s how I ended up with the PIKACHU architecture. 😂