The State of the Developer Nation 15th edition is a report that promises to bring insights into the developer economy and the latest trends in software.
Every year over 40,000 developers from over 160 countries participate in the Developer Economics survey to contribute their opinions and experience to better our collective knowledge about developers.
This year, SendBird would like to participate and help the survey represent the most diverse swathe of the developer community possible.
Who participates in the Developer Economics Survey?
A global community of 40,000+ developers working on cloud, mobile, desktop, IoT, AR/VR, machine learning, data science, web, backend, and gaming.
Questions vary depending on your key areas of interest or competency, but they ask general information about your current projects, how you work, what tools and platforms you use, and so on.
Whether you’re a student learning to code or you’ve been a developer since FORTRAN, you will be able to answer the questions with aplomb.
There are great prizes amenable to developers - mobile devices, VR headsets, and educational opportunities - and you’ll be the first to hear the insights about the developer community gleaned from the survey.
SendBird is invested in the developer community and would always like to learn more about it, so we would like this survey to represent the most diverse and broad range of developers possible. We hope this information will help SendBird better address the needs and trends in the developer community, and, ultimately, deliver you better content, customer experiences, and products.
SlashData is an independent research firm tracking the developer economy, trends in software and hardware, and other topics relevant to developers. This survey is brought to you by them. SendBird doesn’t collect any of your personal information from this survey.
Please read SlashData’s Terms and Conditions to find out how they award prizes, handle your data, and protect your privacy.
Yes, please. The survey is open until July 1st 2018.
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