More Rails Devs/jobs than Django?
So I’ve recently been evaluating web frameworks and while scraping the web you find everything from flame wars to job statistics. It seems like everyone, their mother, and second-cousin are using Rails and there are like 6000 jobs on indeed.com for rails as compared to 300 (just in US).
Does anyone have any idea why this is? Is it because Rails is “cool” or because it’s easy to get started? Do people just love Ruby as compared to Python? I mean I’m no Ruby expert or even a Python expert for that matter but Python was what we used for CS140 and a few other introductory classes. I think it’s pretty good, just don’t find Ruby all that revolutionary. Rails seems really nice but Django appeals to me more. I just wonder why there are so many more Rails jobs than Django jobs. And more rails devs than django devs.
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