JavaScript Developer Survey

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Following the footsteps of Alex R. Young and his retired dailyjs.com blog, I’ve put together a survey about JavaScript usage similar to those he used to host on his blog. I’ll be publishing the results in three weeks.

UPDATED: Results are in! Thanks to everyone who took the time to answer to this poll. See you again next year!

You can find the survey on Google Forms. I’ve compiled a list of questions that includes some that were asked by Alex on his last survey, a few I came up with, and a few I know other people are curious about.

I encourage you to take a look and come up with your answers. They’re 30 questions but the vast majority are multiple choice questions, so it shouldn’t take more than a few minutes to fill out the form.

A screenshot of the survey
A screenshot of the survey

I’ll be publishing the results in three weeks, as to ensure most people have time to fill out the form if they desire.

Besides answering the “hard data” questions I’d be very curious to hear out any comments in the “Other” fields and particularly in the last question which lets you go deeper into any topics that you felt weren’t covered by the rest of the questionnaire.

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