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How many people here work in the software development industry outside of BYOND? If so, what type of work do you do and what languages do you use? I was a bit curious of this after reading a few top posts citing someone's development experience/lack thereof.

I mostly work on web applications utilizing PL/SQL, html, css, and javascript with some occasional perl, java, c# and etc to support those applications.
I do various things at my company. UWP, WPF, Office VSTO plugins, JavaScript/Node.js, Ruby/Rails, Elixir/Phoenix...
I'm a .NET application developer, working mostly with PL/SQL, C# and jQuery
Scraping Google images, notes and references on a Windows Virtual-Client.
Intensity.
Subliminal mind-mastery.
Sensory overload.

Google drones.
Terraforming continents.
Woodchop.
Nice. Guess it's a bit interesting that a similar technology stack seems to be pretty common. I was almost certain that a lot of people on Byond would be hobbyists turned professionals but I guess not.
I work building web applications and mobile apps.

ASP.NET core -- Web API and MVC
Entity Framework core
React JS
AngularJS
ECMAscript 6 (Modern JavaScript)
jQuery (not if i can avoid it lol)
React Native for mobile
SQL Server
Bootstrap 2/3/4 and Material Design
In response to Soldierman
Soldierman wrote:
I work building web applications and mobile apps.

ASP.NET core -- Web API and MVC
Entity Framework core
React JS
AngularJS
ECMAscript 6 (Modern JavaScript)
jQuery (not if i can avoid it lol)
React Native for mobile
SQL Server
Bootstrap 2/3/4 and Material Design

Fundamentally the same thing as I work with. We don't use React or a whole lot of Angular at my workplace though. It's mostly ODP & Entity Framework.

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