It's time for you to take the Django Developers Survey again.
The official annual Django Developers Survey helps shed light on how different developers use Django and the related tools and technologies.
The survey is organised through a partnership between the Django Software Foundation and JetBrains.
Each year the results serve as a major source of knowledge about the current state of the community and help the DSF choose the right direction for development.
Last year there were close to 5,000 responses from 248 countries/regions and the results make interesting reading.
Some of my key takeaways were:
6️⃣5️⃣% of Django developers are employed full time.
2️⃣0️⃣% working in a freelance/self employed capacity.
6️⃣6️⃣% of developers use Django at work and on their personal projects.
8️⃣6️⃣% of Django developers are working on more than one project at a time.
5️⃣5️⃣% of Django users were using the latest version (4.1) at the time of survey.
9️⃣0️⃣% of those surveyed class Python as their primary programming language.
To take this year's survey, please follow this link