Our third annual Jakarta EE Developer Survey is now open and I encourage everyone to take a few minutes and complete the survey before the April 30 deadline. Your input is extremely important.
With your feedback, the entire Java ecosystem will have a better understanding of the requirements, priorities, and perceptions in the global Java developer community. This understanding enables a clearer view of the Java industry landscape, the challenges Java developers are facing, and the opportunities for enterprise Java stakeholders in the cloud native era.
The Jakarta EE Developer Survey is one of the Java industry’s largest developer surveys. Since the survey’s inception, we’ve received thousands of responses from developers around the world, including 1,700 responses in 2019 — a clear indication the Java developer community recognizes the value of the survey results.
Last year, we were able to share critical insight into the state of cloud native innovation for enterprise Java development globally, including expected growth rates for Java apps in the cloud as well as leading architectures, applications, and technologies. We were also able to share the community’s top priorities for Jakarta EE.
This year, we’re asking developers to tell us more about their next steps for Java and cloud native development and their choices for architectures, technologies, and tools as cloud native resources for Java mature.
With this updated information, platform vendors, enterprises, and individual developers in the Java ecosystem will have a better understanding of how the cloud native world for enterprise Java is unfolding and what that means for their strategies and businesses. And the Jakarta EE community at the Eclipse Foundation will have a better understanding of the community’s top priorities for future Jakarta EE releases.
The Jakarta EE Developer Survey is your opportunity to add your voice to the global Java ecosystem and we’re counting on our entire community to help us gain the broadest possible view of the state of cloud native technologies in the context of enterprise Java. Best of all, this year we’ve organized the survey so it takes less than 10 minutes to complete!
To access the survey, click here.