New Developer Economics Survey
New Developer Economics Survey
Written by Sue Gee   
Saturday, 29 April 2017

Vision Mobile has launched its Developer Economics Q3 2017 survey and you'll find a space journey theme and a smattering of programmer jokes as you complete it. The incentive is prizes to win and personalized charts and graphs to show how you compare to  other developers in your country or region.

You'll need around 20 minutes to complete the survey but you can save your progress if you can't do it in a single session. 

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The survey covers eight distinct areas of development and the more optional sections you include the better you chance of winning a prize, and there are more prizes on offer if you join the Developer Economics Panel.

There's a Spaceship theme to this edition (the 13th) of the survey and once you've completed it the immediate feedback is what type of developer you are - Space Cadet, Robot Trooper, Bounty Hunter being just three of the options.

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The jokes don't have a space theme, but are programmer related.

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The following infographic is a summary of the results of the previous survey, conducted in October/November 2016:

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One of the main motivations for joining in the survey is to improve on the total of 21,200 respondents in the previous survey and make it more comprehensive. So if you still have a few minute to spare follow this link to Developer Economics Survey Q3 2017.

 

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Developer Economics Survey Q3 2017

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