So of course I had to put in for kde and gnome. There were both near zero and gnome even did have 0 at one point. Either way they are both so small that the difference is inconsequential. But when you put in some different keyboards you will find out some more interesting things.
- There are about as many jobs for khtml as gtk+
- Companies don't seem to hire gtk programmers, but mono (now the future of gnome with it in fc4?)
- The mono and gtk graphs seem a little in sync again suggesting that if you program in gtk you should know mono too.
- There is about twice as many people hiring with qt experience as mono
- At least right now ajax really does pay to learn
- Companies want more "developers" then "programmers"
- More companies are looking for qt experience than coco (even apple had a job posting looking for Qt experience)
Oh course this is just a graph off some web page so take it with a grain of salt.
On monster.com you can subscribe to keywords and they will e-mail you when a new job is posted with that keyword. It was fun watching as the Qt job postings grew from one every few months to sometimes more then once in a day ( at which point I unsubscribed). It was very easy to see what kind of companies were hiring qt developers. I bet you there is someone out there who is exploiting similar information on the stock market for tools companies. Knowing what a company is hiring often shows where a company is and where it is going.