Let the world know about your favorite development tools, platforms, and technologies, as well as the necessary development skills, monetization, training, career development - and much more. Which developer skills are likely to make a difference? What programming languages, tools or platforms are you using in your projects? What training resources do you prefer using? Let the world hear you.
Every year, more than 40,000 developers from more than 165 countries participate in the Developer Economics surveys to set new trends in software development. This is a chance for all developers to be part of something great and set the industry trends, opportunities and challenges for 2019. The insights coming from the survey will be published in the State of the developer Nation 17th edition report, coming up in Q3 2019, and will be available for free download to all developers who take part!
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The new Developer Economics survey Q2 2019 is open to all developers around the world until July 28.
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Could Microsoft go with Qualcomm for a Surface Go 2? You bet.
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