June 2016 - Tracking the most popular programming languages, databases and software development tools in whoishiring discussion threads.
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Python is the top technology-related term again, its 3rd month in a row, and for the most part has dominated the top spot for last 18 months. Python isn't necessarily growing, but it's still the one to beat.
Elsewhere, Rails, Node and Java had good months, both re-entering the top 10.
After last month's bubble concerns, overall trends have bounced back with strong year over year growth in June's postings, a first since March. Let's see if this momentum can be carried into July, which is traditionally one of the strongest months of the year.
Onto the comparisons.
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