Survey: Social Channels to Stay in Touch with JetBrains
We at JetBrains are conducting this study to learn more about how software developers like you use Social Media to keep abreast of JetBrains news. If you use any popular Social Media resources, your opinion is very important to us and we would like you to complete our survey.
The survey will only take 5 to 7 minutes. If you complete the survey, you will have a chance to win one of ten $50 Amazon.com certificates. You will also be entered in a raffle for the main prize — a $150 Amazon.com certificate.
Winners will be announced on November 30.
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The study results will be announced here, in the JetBrains Company Blog and on JetBrains Twitter.
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