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Courtesy: Vanessa from Developer Economics
A brief history lesson:
At some point, Java was the undisputed queen of programming languages.
Then C briefly sat on the top.
Every language has its pros and cons. Choosing the right language for the task can make your life much easier and vice versa.
Which is your language of choice? Tell us and top tech prizes await you.
If I asked you “if you had an X amount of money, what would you buy?” and you answered any one of the prizes below, you should take the survey.
🥁Here we go:
- Samsung Note
- Microsoft Surface Pro 6
- iPhone 11
- iPad Pro
- OnePlus 6T
- Oculus Rift S
- Amazon Gift cards
- Coding courses
- And many more in our full list
Survey Key Facts:
Survey dates: November 22nd, 2019 – January 17th, 2020
Relevance: professionals, hobbyists, student developers
Areas / Sectors (8): Web, Mobile, Desktop, Backend, IoT, AR/VR, Machine Learning & Data Science, Game development
Localisation: English + 8 additional languages (Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Spanish, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Russian, Japanese, Korean)
Prizes: $16,000+ worth of prizes available in prize draws
General draw for everyone who completes survey: Microsoft Surface Pro 6, JetBrains IDE, Oculus Rift S, AWS Deep Racer, Samsung HMD Odyssey, Apple AirPods, 3D Printer, Samsung Chromebook 3, plus lots of dev swag, accessories and vouchers.
Sector specific prize draw: additional draws for all those who completed sector specific set of questions.
The survey is open to all developers involved in mobile, desktop, IoT, AR/VR, machine learning and data science, web, backend/cloud, and game development. It’s not just for professionals – hobbyists and students should take part too! The survey is available in English, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Spanish, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Russian, Japanese, and Korean, so pick the language that suits you and take the survey now.
Here’s what those who took our last survey have to say:
“Thank you for listening to us. Hope this survey will help people’s lives better.”
“Your questions were brilliant. This should be one of the best if not the best survey I’ve taken so far.”
“Your survey was very informative! Got to learn about a lot of terms unknowingly while taking it up. Thank you!”
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At the same time, we will help embrace and cultivate a community of diverse women in big data and analytics by donating $0.10 USD for each response to Women in Big Data – South Africa chapter.