[erlang-questions] Geographical distribution of Erlang programmers

Dave Smith <>
Thu Dec 11 07:38:44 CET 2008


I thought it'd be interesting to see how the countries in your list rank per
capita. Using Sweden as the unit, here are the weighed measures...

Sweden     11,49   1,0000
Canada      3,15   0,0746
US         24,60   0,0637
UK          4,93   0,0637
France      2,83   0,0348
Germany     3,32   0,0317
Russia      3,61   0,0202
Japan       2,88   0,0178
China      10,99   0,0065
India       2,62   0,0018
All Others 29,57   0,0068

2008/12/10 Kenneth Lundin <>

> Hi,
>
> The statistics from erlang.org for the last month regarding number of
> visits and their geographic location shows the following in percent:
> An interesting note is that China is increasing its percentage for each
> month.
>
> US      24,60255624
> Sweden  11,4947864
> China   10,99083268
> UK      4,930126154
> Russia  3,610563135
> Germany 3,323773685
> Canada  3,148052981
> Japan   2,876183214
> France  2,834739652
> India   2,615917643
> All Others      29,57246821
>
> /Kenneth Erlang/OTP, Ericsson
>
>
> On Tue, Dec 9, 2008 at 6:00 PM, Zvi <> wrote:
> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > I want to know the geographical distribution of Erlang programmers.
> > In other words: "If you going to open Erlang shop, where is the best
> place
> > to do it?".
> >
> > Thanks in Advance,
> > Zvi
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