OpenShift Developer experience feedback: Take the survey, join community sessions

OpenShift Developer experience feedback: Take the survey, join community sessions

We’ve recently added several feedback loops aimed at increasing customer and community involvement in order to better understand how developers create, build, manage, test, and deploy their applications on and for Red Hat OpenShift.

2019 OpenShift Developer Survey

This short survey is intended for Developers who interact with OpenShift in some form or someone who can represent them, such as manager or team lead.

Take the survey now (Survey ends November 23.)

The results of this survey will help us better understand how developers are working with OpenShift—what works and what doesn’t—as well as what primary technologies developers are using. Getting plenty of survey results helps ensure that we can properly focus on key areas.

Thanks in advance for taking this ~7-minute survey or getting your developers to take it. We expect to conclude the survey on November 23, 2019.

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odo office hours

The odo team hosts a live office hours session every 2 weeks to enable a more real-time way for users to provide feedback, get help, or even learn a new trick or two. The office hour schedule is posted to odo-users mailing list. Of course, you can always reach out to the team any time through other channels lists on the project home page at https://github.com/openshift/odo.

Upcoming schedule: see Google calendar link

What is odo, you ask? It is a new developer-focused command-line interface in OpenShift 4.2. You can learn more in this article.

OpenShift Console Developer Perspective office hours

The web console team that focuses on the developer perspective hosts live office hours every 2 weeks to enable a more real-time way for users to provide feedback, get help, or even learn a new trick or two. The office hour schedule is posted to the openshift-dev-users mailing list. Of course, you can always reach out to the team any time through other channels lists on the project home page at https://github.com/openshift/console.

Upcoming schedule: see Google calendar link

If you haven’t seen the new developer perspective in OpenShift 4.2 web console, be sure to check out this overview.

Summary

We are very interested in learning how developers work with Red Hat OpenShift. You can monitor the various open source projects referenced to track progress on experience improvements and possible schedule changes. Be on the lookout in early 2020 for an article summarizing the survey results and discussing what we plan on doing with them.

Thanks in advance for your feedback and for helping us making these tools better for you.

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