If your company uses or deploys commercial IoT and edge computing solutions; or if you’re a developer working on IoT or edge technologies, please take a few minutes before June 15 to complete the survey.
At last, 2022 is with us. In my native Canada, the month of January usually brings polar temperatures — think -25 Celcius (-13 Fahrenheit) and below. When it is so cold outside, it is a good time to think about the past year and look forward to the year ahead. In that sense, January is the perfect name for the month. You see, the month of January is named for the Roman god Janus. Janus is the god of beginnings, time, and transitions in ancient Roman religion. He is represented as having two faces; he could see the past with one and the future with the other.
Surveys often seem to come around when we’re busiest and feel we can’t afford to take time to answer questions. However, a few minutes of your time can have important benefits down the road to everyone in the Java ecosystem. Now in its fourth year, the Jakarta EE Developer Survey is open until May 31.
The Eclipse IoT working group is now running its annual IoT Developer Survey. It will stay open until June 26, 2020. We need your input to make it a success! In 2019, more than 1,700 developers participated, with 1,100 of them working on IoT projects in a professional capacity. We hope to get even more participants for this year’s edition.
The Jakarta EE 2020 Developer Survey, organized by the Jakarta EE Working Group, is now closed! The survey closed at midnight on Tuesday, May 5, and was a huge success with 2180 responses from developers around the globe.
A big thank you to you all for taking the time to complete the survey. We truly appreciate your valuable input on requirements, priorities and perceptions of the enterprise developer communities.
Now in its third year, this is the Enterprise Java ecosystem’s leading survey with thousands of developers sharing their insights from around the globe. The purpose of the survey is to gain a better understanding of the requirements, priorities, and perceptions of Java developer communities.
Now is your chance to participate in the third annual Jakarta EE Developer Survey. The survey is open now and will remain open until April 30th. In under 10 minutes, you can make your voice heard and help the Java community gain the broadest possible view of the state of cloud native technologies in the context of enterprise Java.
We are proud to announce that our 2019 IoT Developer Survey results are now available! In February & March 2019, we conducted the fifth annual IoT Developer Survey and 1,717 responses were received. Thank you all for contributing to this initiative and helping us gain insight into IoT developer communities worldwide! This yearly survey is intended for the Eclipse Foundation to continuously learn key trends that are happening in this ever-changing world we call the Internet of Things.