Happy New Year! In 2019, over 200k developers spent a combined 25 million hours programming, tracked with WakaTime text editor plugins!
Programming stats for 2019
The top text editors were VS Code (12,052,975 hrs), PhpStorm (2,248,752 hrs), IntelliJ (1,862,740 hrs), Chrome (1,542,063 hrs), Android Studio (1,374,508 hrs), Sublime Text (1,265,235 hrs), WebStorm (1,091,786 hrs), Visual Studio (860,582 hrs), Vim (672,586 hrs), PyCharm (640,552 hrs), Atom (585,443 hrs), GoLand (173,790 hrs), Emacs (170,790 hrs), RubyMine (153,851 hrs), Eclipse (151,885 hrs), Rider (122,114 hrs), Xcode (121,435 hrs), NetBeans (87,572 hrs), CLion (60,860 hrs), Coda (53,563 hrs), and Sketch (48,708 hrs).
VS Code still holds 1st place this year, and the gap increased from 1st to 2nd since 2018. Combine all Jetbrains IDEs and they’re only half the usage of VS Code. Sublime Text usage decreased in 2019, dropping from 3rd to 6th place. Atom really is dead... it’s usage was cut in half in 2019, most likely as developers switched to VS Code.
The top operating systems used were Mac (12,633,319 hrs), Windows (8,424,908 hrs), and Linux (4,687,708 hrs).
These aggregate 2019 stats are available as JSON. Also, check out the 2018 Programming Stats.
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