Downloads of the results are available here:
We found that 68% of respondents do not currently unit test their
people are finding it hard to get started with testing.
Those that unit tested preferred newer frameworks like RSpec and
Screw.Unit. It's worth noting that these are projects that Ruby
programmers will be familiar with, and 76% of respondents selected Ruby
as a primary development language.
Minifiers were also popular, with YUI Compressor scoring 67%.
GitHub was cited as the primary choice for project discovery, beating
even reddit and Hacker
News. GitHub was also the most popular
code hosting site.
37% of respondents use Google for hosting libraries. Amazon
CloudFront and Rackspace's Cloud
v8 won in the server-side/desktop scripting category. I find this
interesting because Rhino was "traditionally" the way people seemed to
do this. It could be just that our readers are awesomely up to date!