Microsoft Developer Survey

By Bill Graziano on 9 December 2004 | Tags: General


This is an invitation given by Microsoft to leading edge application developers to participate in a research survey that seeks feedback on improving the application development experience working with data platforms. In the best interest of developers, the objectives of this survey are:

  • To understand the existing, as well as upcoming challenges that has the potential of hindering optimal performance and productivity of those who develop applications and software components.
  • To direct software manufacturers and its partners toward building powerful products that enable greater success among software development professionals.
  • Determine the levels of priorities around improvements in data handling from the view point of developers.

This survey should take 10-15 minutes at the maximum. We encourage you to be as honest and candid with your feedback, and to reflect the current state of your experience today on the primary database and development tools you use.

Click on the link below to enter the survey site and see if you qualify for the profile of respondents we seek to complete this survey. Great prizes will be raffled off among the first 500 respondents who meet the target profile and complete the survey.

Click here to enter the survey site and see if you qualify for the profile of respondents we seek to complete this survey. Great prizes will be raffled off among the first 500 respondents who meet the target profile and complete the survey.


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