Developer Ecosystem Survey 2019 is Live. Participate!


Update (August 13th): We’ve published the raw data. Get it!


Update (June 11th): We have published the report. Check it out!


At JetBrains, we strive to build tools that make developers more productive. To make our tools more relevant and useful for you, we want to know what is happening in the field of software engineering. This is why we are announcing the start of our third Developer Ecosystem Survey 2019.

If you’re part of the IT industry, please take the survey to share your experiences. The survey should take about 10-15 minutes and is available in 8 languages.


Developer Ecosystem Survey 2019

As a token of our appreciation, we will enter you into our prize draw where you’ll have the chance to win an incredible prize of your choice: an iPad Pro, a $250 Amazon certificate, Arduino Robot Kit, or a JetBrains Surprise Gift Pack.

After the survey is over, we will as always share the results and interesting findings, including the anonymized raw data so you can dig deeper and form your own insights.

This is the third dev ecosystem survey that we are conducting at JetBrains. Last year we had more than 15,000 participants from more than 100 countries.

This year’s survey covers even more programming languages and technologies. And yet, any particular respondent will see fewer questions, because we’re now tried to make it as short as possible to everyone.

Join us in understanding the industry better!

Invite your friends to take this survey, too! With your help, the study will better reflect our community and the whole world of developers.

The JetBrains Research Team

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3 Responses to Developer Ecosystem Survey 2019 is Live. Participate!

  1. RR says:

    Is this survey still active? The Domain surveys.jetbrains.com uses an SSL-Certificate that is only valid until 12. January 2019, so the most browsers will run into errors and blockade this site.

  2. Artem says:

    I’ve participated, but can’t see any results of it
    when it be available?

  3. PS says:

    This is some awesome research. When will the results be shared publicly?

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