The Global Development Survey is a broad survey of developers worldwide, conducted twice a year that covers all of the hottest development topics.
This series started in 1998, focusing on language, tools, and technology adoption has evolved into a two part survey. It is offered as an aggregate report which presents total global development technology adoption and a self-service developer intelligence platform that enables you to segment specific cuts of data.
While other surveys specialize in particular areas of development such as Cloud, AI, ML, Big Data, IoT and Mobile Development and are restricted in their sample to only those developers in that discipline, the Global Development is open to all types of software developers in the four regions. It looks at broad areas of consideration such as platform and language use, development tool use, development lifecycle, high performance computing, development models, as well as the trending topics like Cloud, IoT, AI, ML, and Big Data development.
Published twice per year, this comprehensive survey presents the results of in-depth interviews with a broad range of developers on topics including language usage patterns, platform targets and migration patterns, and internet development. Clients suggest topics that reflect current industry interests such as such as mobile development, cloud development, virtualization, development tools, and more. The sample surveyed is representative of a general cross-section of developers.
Global Development Survey: Data Console
The companion data console to the Global Development Survey published twice per year. This valuable tool allows the user to filter all the data in the Global Development survey by a variety of different filters, including region and various technologies used. Can be customized per client.
Key Topics Covered:
The Sample - Software Developers
Developer Journey to Purchase
Purchasing and Influence
Edge Computing and Fog Architectures
Virtualization and Containers
Infrastructure: Storage and Networks
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