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Calling all software developers, Don't miss this new global developer survey opportunity (win: $1000 - $250) - Ends January 31

Introduction

Which skills do you think more people should master in software development? Take this survey and spend 15 min answering questions about programming languages, libraries, tools, and platforms. You could win: $1000 or $250 towards your desktop set up, $500 towards your AWS certification exam, new gear to upgrade your home or office workstation, and more. Plus you will get the results of the survey and free goody bag with resources to help you learn more about where to invest your time and skills in 2021. The survey closes on January 31st 2022, so don't leave it for later. Join now, it's easy!


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What do developers want the most in 2022? Is it better documentation, real DevOps culture, perhaps fewer Zoom calls? It's time to tell the truth! Take part in the new Developer Nation survey for all developers and no-code software creators.

Answer no-nonsense questions covering 13 development areas:

  • Web
  • Mobile
  • Desktop
  • Cloud
  • Industrial IoT
  • Consumer Electronics
  • Embedded software
  • AR & VR
  • Apps/extensions for 3rd-party ecosystems
  • Games
  • Machine Learning & AI, and Data science.

Even if you're just a student or hobbyist, you'll find the survey very informative. You will need about 20 min. If it seems like a lot, don't worry; you can start the survey, pause to take a break and resume later with your answers saved.
In return, you will get a virtual goodie bag packed with resources. Plus, you could win $1000 or $250 towards your desktop set up, $500 towards your AWS certification exam, new gear to upgrade your home or office workstation, and more via prize draws. The survey will close on January 31st, so hurry up.

*Start Now by using this Link below: *
https://developereconomics.net?member_id=fq3Fb7Dg&lang=en&locale=en

Survey Key facts:

Survey dates: December 7th 2021 - January 31st 2022.

Relevance: professionals, hobbyists, student developers, no code software creators

Areas / Sectors (13): Web, Mobile, Desktop, Cloud, Industrial IoT, Consumer Electronics, Embedded software, AR & VR, Apps/extensions for 3rd-party ecosystems, Games, Machine Learning & AI, and Data science!

Localisation: English + 8 additional languages (Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Spanish, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Russian, Japanese, Korean)

Prizes: $19,000+ worth of prizes available in prize draws

General prize draw: $1000 & $250 towards the desktop set up of your choice, Nintendo Switch, $500 towards your AWS certification exam, $120 towards tool licenses, VIVO standing desk, Gumroad ebooks, Amazon vouchers, and more.

Surprise prizes: hidden inside the survey for those who complete sector-specific set of questions, include $20 Amazon/Spotify/ Udemy vouchers, licenses, surpirse swag.

Special prizes for Developer Nation community members: iPhone 13, Samsung Galaxy Tab S7, swag (branded t-shirts, stickers, earbuds), $10 vouchers.

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  3. Win new gear & take the survey
  4. Start the survey now
  5. Make an impact on developer ecosystem

Please share this link https://developereconomics.net?member_id=fq3Fb7Dg&lang=en&locale=en with your friends and collegues to get these tremendous prizes almost just for free.

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Please hurry up opportunity ends this January 31. And anyone who has any coding skills can use this opprtunity to get all those prizes. It's very simple, after all it's just a survey.

Please hurry up and use the link below : https://developereconomics.netmember_id=fq3Fb7Dg&lang=en&locale=en

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