Win prizes and be heard – Developer Economics Survey


The new Developer Economics survey is open until 1st July 2018, so calling all software developers to take part.

Don’t miss a chance to join over 40,000 developers from 160+ countries who take part in the Developer Economics surveys every year to tell the world where software development is going next.

This survey is for anyone writing code and getting their hands on software development in Mobile, Desktop, IoT, AR/VR, Machine Learning & Data Science, Web, Backend and Games. It doesn’t matter if you’re a hobbyist, a startupper or an enterprise dev - the survey is open for all real developers out there!

The survey is designed to dive into real-life developer issues, from coding skills and favourite tools to satisfaction with learning resources and communities.

Expect questions like:

  • Which are your favourite tools and platforms?
  • What’s going up and what’s going down in the software industry?
  • Are you working on the projects you would like to work on?
  • Where do you think development time should be invested?

There are also deep-dive questions based on your area of expertise, like Machine Learning, IoT, web development and more where you can really show you’re a pro and answer more complex questions about your favourite frameworks and vendors.

The survey is designed to reveal your sci-fi profile, so the more you engage, the closer you get to finding out your place in the galaxy far far away. There’s also prizes. This time, devs who take part and complete the survey can win stuff like iPhone X, Samsung S9 Plus, HTC Vive Pro, GitHub Developer Plan, Amazon vouchers and other useful things to help you test your work or just play around.

Last but not least, everyone who takes the survey will get insights with key findings from the survey as well as a free report with the highlights and up-and-coming trends.

If you have a few minutes to spare and want to have a quality time, then this survey is for perfect for you!

You can start right here

Take the survey now!


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