2019 × goorm
These data are goorm service usage data compiled from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019.
By comparing with ‘Survey Result’, we were able to get a glimpse of the technology and learning trends for 2019 by looking at how many people have used goorm services and which technology stacks have been popular the most. Thank you once again to the goorm users who enjoyed our services during 2019, and we will try our best to provide better service and stable environment in 2020.
Recruitment coding tests, in-house competency assessments and
competitions were held in goormDEVTH.
goormDEVTH has been used as a coding test platform
by companies of various sizes,
from leading companies in Korea to well-known startups.
In use by 72 companies
C ++ and JAVA came second,
with C and C ++ accounting for more than 70 percent.
On May 4th of 2019, 3,694 students simultaneously took the Information Olympiad by the Korean Information Science Society using goormDEVTH.
The course with the most cumulative student in goormEDU in 2019 was 'Baro-silheang C'.
The Baro-silheang series was loved by many participants because it allowed them to practice without setting up a runtime environment.
In 2019, the largest number of courses were offered
in the areas of web programming and programming basics. In addition to programming basics,
there was a great demand for various
The number of source code characters written in goormEDU in 2019 is about 66 million,
which is 1.3 times the total population of South Korea.
In 2019, programming basics, web programming, and algorithms classes were popular.
In particular, many people took their first steps in programming while listening to basic lectures at goormEDU.
Total monthly users of goormIDE in December 2019 increased by approximately
300% compared to January 2019.
Currently, more than 11,000 developers are developing with goormIDE every month.
From January 1 to December 31 in 2019, more than 190,000 Americans were programming on goormIDE every day.
It is followed by 130,000 people in Korea and 53,000 people
in Europe (Including overlap users)
In June 2019, the number of monthly users in the U.S. exceeded that of South Korea.
Compared to January, the number of US users in December increased about 13.6 times.
Overseas users also increased sharply in 2019.
In particular, users in the U.S. were 12 times higher than January and 44 times higher than India.
As the number of international users increased, the number of paid payments abroad increased.
The largest amount of payments, which was made in November, was 51 times more than in January.
The number of code letters written in 2019 was about 650 million,
twice the number of Americans and 12.6 times that of Korea.
The total number of containers created through goormIDE exceeded 100,000 in December 2019.
Node.js was the most common software stack used to create containers. goormIDE has been especially used by web developers,
and many C / C ++ and Python containers have been created by beginners.
Developer Community DevelUP participants spent 74,375 hours learning courses on goormEDU,
which is equivalent to eight years and six months.
DevelUP participants used HTML / CSS / JS most as the front end language and
Python as the back end language for quests and hackathons.
The source code characters that DevelUP participants created as they worked on
the project were as great as the participants' enthusiasm. The most popular
HTML / CSS / JS reached 900,000 lines.
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In 2019, the Department of Defense Open Source Academy created a total of 981 containers
and 8.8 million lines of code.
In 2019, about 1,100 elementary,
middle and high schools used
software education using goormEDU.
About 200 professors and more than 10,000 students taught using goorm services at universities
such as Sungkyunkwan University, Kyunghee University, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies.
Korea Code Fair Hackathon for middle and high school students was conducted through goormIDE.
773 hours of simultaneous collaboration was made through goormIDE.