Take the Developer Economics 2015 Q2 Survey and Win Cool Prizes

If you have 10 minutes to spare then you can contribute to the Developer Economics 2015 Developer Skills Census and get a chance to take home some cool prizes too! What prizes you say? How about an iPhone 6 or an Apple Sports Watch or an Oculus Rift Dev Kit? There are many other prizes to be won, read below for details and to take the survey.

Developer Economics 2015 Q2 Survey

Take the Developer Economics Survey and Win Cool Prizes

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Developer Economics is the largest, most global app developer research & engagement program. Reaching up to 10,000 developers in over 140 countries, it’s considered the leader when it comes to tracking the app economy.

In its 9th edition, the research program tracks developer sentiment across platforms, revenues, apps, tools, APIs, segments and regions. More importantly, Developer Economics delivers accurate and original information to developers and enterprises alike, by distilling data from VisionMobile’s semi-annual survey.

Metrics include monetization for mobile and cloud, IoT popularity, desktop app positioning – and many more. With its most ambitious Developer Economics survey to date, VisionMobile invites developers to participate in a 10-minute survey and gain access to the same pool of knowledge that helps enterprises such as Intel, Google, and Amazon understand how the developer ecosystem evolves.

The key insights from the survey will be given back to the community as a free download in late July. So tap into the same pool of knowledge that enterprises like Intel, Google, and Amazon swim in and get a chance to win some prizes while you’re at it.

Developer Economics Survey Prizes
Developer Economics Survey Prizes (determined by draw)

All participants of the survey also get a free chapter from the Premium App Profits and Costs report – containing 20+ pages worth of graphs and insights on how factors such as platform choice or app marketing affect your app’s profitability.

Take the survey now!

Disclaimer: Super Dev Resources (SDR) is a media partner in the Developer Economics survey

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