Take the IoT Developer Survey – 2016

Tell the greater open source community where you are with IoT: investigating, planning, developing, or deploying. The IoT Developer Survey 2016 is sponsored by the Eclipse IoT Working Group, IEEE IoT Initiative and the AGILE Project. This is the survey’s second year.

Last year’s survey found that leading programming languages were Java, C, and JavaScript. Key standards were HTTP, MQTT, and Linux. And 80% of companies responded were using open source in their IoT projects. Check out last year’s survey results and compare them to your current situation.

The survey looks at a number of issues such as experience level, types of applications being developed, technology being used, and perceptions of open hardware, open source, and industry leaders. The Eclipse IoT Working Group hopes that anyone who has experience with IoT will provide their feedback. The deadline to participate is March 25.

The survey should take about 5 minutes to complete. Thank you!
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