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Last Days to Participate to Our Annual IoT Developer Survey

For the past three years, we have been partnering with a number of organizations – IEEE, Open Mobile Alliance and Agile-IoT – to get a sense of the general trends in the IoT industry through an online survey.

The fourth edition of this survey ends on March 5th, and I am hoping that many of you who haven’t already will be participating – it litteraly takes just 5 minutes to answer. Whether you are actually a developer, or simply involved in building IoT solutions one way or the other, your input will be key to understanding what kind of IoT solutions people are building today, and more importantly how they are doing it.

Like in previous years, we will be making publicly available both the consolidated and raw results of the survey, which should be one more reason to help us get as many respondents as possible so that the results can be even more valuable to your own organization, and to the community at large! 🙂

The results from last year, for example, provided interesting feedback on the rising interest in Industrial IoT, who people see as IoT corporate leaders, or what are the programming languages and frameworks typically used by developers.

Please don’t wait and take the survey now!

Only a few days left to participate to the IoT Developer Survey

Please take 5 minutes of your time to complete the IoT Developer Survey.

There are many different approaches to IoT, and we would like to understand better the current technology trends, how mature the industry is, and how the current industry players are perceived.
Of course, at Eclipse we are building an open source community for IoT developers, so we are also looking forward to learn more on how mature the industry is with regard to using and contributing to open source IoT projects.

Again, this is really just a few minutes of your time, and in order to thank you for your participation we will give away three $100 gift certificates for you to buy IoT hardware of your choice!