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As a Java dev primarily, I have to note that Spring as in the Spring framework is missing from the count.
Otherwise, I agree with your analysis - dev.to is mostly web client side topics.
Personally, it makes it sometimes hard to find topics where I can talk shop with someone but what makes it up for me is a wealth of articles focusing on the social and psychological aspects of the job.

 

You're totally right, I forget it, although I'm also a SpringBoot dev...

spring : 37

springboot : 22

It's just crazy compared to the popularity of SpringBoot in big production apps !

 

I'm note sure if spring boot is popular in big production apps. I think most spring boot based production apps are small, maybe medium.

I think that SpringBoot may be the new J2EE as we see many of J2EE app switching to it. But SpringBoot is also very well designed for medium app.

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