There is a growing consensus that companies in Europe turn to invest hugely in tangible assets like machines and buildings, partly due to the legacy of the continent’s strong position in manufacturing industry. However, investing in intangible assets, like data and software, that might put Europe at front of the next wave of innovation is regretably ignored. The outcome of this is that, when it comes to innovating and carrying out successful digital transformations, Europe falls behind China and the USA. …
UK is the first and only country formally to leave the EU, after 47 years. The European single market is centred around “four freedoms” namely free movement in goods, services, people, and capital. Experts have made known that movement of services and people have both been lost through this exit.
Assuming we have a situation where movement of services and people only exist between Germany and UK and no other country, how would this restriction affect picture of the landscape of Developers in the two countries?
Imagine you have two job offers with the same compensation, benefits, and location, which factors would you consider, when selecting your preferred job? This is the exact question that developers were asked in 2020 Stack Overflow Developer Survey. Let’s find out what they had to say.
But first a recap, the 2020 Stack Overflow Developer Survey contains 64,461 developers, drawn from different organisations across the world. All in all, there are 61 variables comprising numeric and categorical variables. The source of the dataset can be found here.
As input for the direction for the analysis, I used the job factors…
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