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November 29, 2017

Take the latest SlashData developer survey and you could win a Pixel 2!

by John_A

Are you ready for the most global developer survey, designed BY developers FOR developers?

The Developer Economics Q4 2017 survey is here and for its 14th edition, and it’s aiming at shedding light on the future of the software industry! Every year, more than 40,000 developers around the world participate in this survey, so this is a chance to be part of something big, voice your thoughts, and make your own contribution to the developer community. And you can even win an awesome prize for participating!

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The survey is for all developers engaging in the following software development areas: Mobile, Desktop, IoT, AR/VR, Machine Learning & Data Science, Web, Backend and Gaming. As always the survey is looking to shed lights on questions about the current status and the future of the software industry. Remember that your opinion matters, so answers to these questions can be entirely shaped by you and your fellow developers!

Take the survey

There are some perks to go with your participation. Have a look at what you can get your hands on:

  • Amazing prizes up for grabs like a Google Pixel 2, an iPhone X, a Windows Acer MR headset, a Nintendo Switch, Raspberry Pi 3s and more!
  • A Developer Scorecard showing how other developers responded to the survey questions
  • A free State of the Developer Nation Q1, 2018 report with the key findings (February 2018).
  • A referral program you can join, promote the survey and win up to $700 in cash!

If Cyberpunk is your thing, you will love this survey! Always designed with an extra fun factor, the Developer Economics Survey shares a CyberPunk theme for its 14th edition. Taking the survey means that you will get to find out if you are a Cyber-Cultist, a Scale-O-Fixer or a Console Boy or something else! Sounds exciting right? Take the survey right away and have fun!

Take the survey and win great prizes!

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