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Share your feedback about developing with Go

Todd Kulesza, for the Go team
1 June 2022

For the past six years the Go team has conducted an annual survey of Go developers. The results of this survey have helped the team plan and prioritize large changes to the Go ecosystem, such as dependency management, the gopls language server, and most recently, generics. We want Go to be increasingly usable by and useful to developers, and your feedback has been a critical aspect of making this happen. Thoughtfully responding to these surveys takes time and energy, and we deeply appreciate your efforts to help improve Go.

Today we’re launching a change in how we conduct our annual survey. Rather than one large survey each November, we plan to launch two smaller surveys at roughly six-month intervals during the year. Our hope is that shorter surveys will take less time and effort to respond to, with the added benefit of providing feedback to the Go team shortly after each new Go release.

Without further ado, here is the June 2022 edition of the Go Developer Survey! This survey will run through June 21st, and we plan to publish anonymous, aggregated results in late July. It should take less than 10 minutes to complete, and all questions are optional. Please help to shape Go’s future by sharing your thoughts and experiences.

Take the Go Developer Survey (open June 1st – June 21st)

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