How Do You Use Stack Overflow? The Kotlin Community Survey
Stack Overflow is an essential resource when it comes to learning something new about programming. It is easily searchable, used by millions of people, and extremely popular in the software engineering community. During the Kotlin Census 2020, 55% of respondents mentioned Stack Overflow as a helpful learning resource.
However, sometimes we hear that finding Kotlin-related information on Stack Overflow is not easy. Given the importance of the platform, we’re keen to fix this, and increase the number of questions answered there.
It will help us a lot if you could share how you search for Kotlin-related information on Stack Overflow by filling out our survey.
The survey will take around 10 minutes to complete. As a thank you for your help, you will have a chance to win a JetBrains All Product Pack subscription or a $100 Amazon eGift voucher. Winners will be picked at random from among the surveys that are filled out completely.
If you are interested in helping us with our research, please share your email and check the box at the end of the survey. We will keep you posted about our research and how you can participate in future activities through the newsletter.
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