It’s that time of year again when we gather data on how you use Node.js. This is the 3rd Node.js user survey — see 2016 and 2017 survey results. The survey is completely anonymized, and takes about 20 minutes to complete. You can start taking it now here. Please share the link on your social channels too — the more the merrier.
Last year, the survey was issued in both English and Chinese. This year we are looking to expand into even more languages. If you are interested in translating the survey and promoting it in another language, please post your interest for Russian here, Hindi here, Bengali here, Spanish here, and Chinese here.
The survey is a bit more trimmed down from last year and refined form feedback we received. As with last year’s survey, we have multiple questions around diversity. This data allows us to better understand whether our efforts are building a more inclusive and diverse community for evidence-based decision making. If you want a better understanding of our survey process and the types of questions we ask around diversity and inclusiveness, please watch Tracy Hinds’ keynote at Node.js Interactive 2016. Tracy is the Node.js Foundation’s education community manager.
Ready to take the survey? Head here. We appreciate your support and look forward to sharing the results with you next year.