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Participate in the 2016 Go User Survey and Company Questionnaire
The Go project wants to hear from you!
The Go project wants to hear from you! Our goal is to create the best language for developing simple, reliable, scalable software. We are asking you to help by participating in a survey and if applicable, a company questionnaire.
The Go User Survey
Who: If you use Go, have ever used Go, have ever stopped using Go, or have any interest in the language, please help by sharing your feedback to improve Go for you and your fellow Gophers.
Where: Please take this 20-minute survey by December 22nd: Go User Survey 2016
The survey is anonymous and confidential.
Why: The Go project leadership depends on your feedback to guide the future of the Go project. Your responses will help to understand how we are doing and help plan improvements for the Go language, libraries, and tools.
After the survey closes, we will publish the anonymous aggregate results to the Go blog.
The Go Company Questionnaire
Who: If you are in a position to share details like “company name”, “if your company is hiring Go developers”, and “reasons your team or company adopted Go” then please help us by taking this questionnaire. We only need one response per company (or department for larger companies).
Where: Please take this 5-minute questionnaire by December 22nd: Go Company Questionnaire 2016
The questionnaire is confidential, but not anonymous.
Why: The Go project would like to better understand the companies using Go.
After the questionnaire closes the Go project leadership will use this information to better understand how companies are utilizing Go and in what ways the project can improve their experience. If you participate we may reach out for further information.
Spread the word!
Please help us spread the word by sharing this post on your social network feeds, at meetups, around your office and in other communities.
The survey & questionnaire close by December 22nd so please share today.
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