The new edition of Kotlin Census is here! By the end of 2019, more than 4 million people had used Kotlin. This is a great number of people, and of course, they have a great number of use cases behind them. We care deeply about making sure Kotlin delivers a great experience for everyone who uses it. We want to improve it to help everyone in the community bring their ideas to life with Kotlin. This is why your feedback is so important to us. Please share with the Kotlin team how you’ve used the language over the last year. What did you like about it? What challenged you?
We also invite those who don’t use Kotlin to respond. Please share with us your reasons for not using it. Your responses are just as important to us and very much appreciated.
If you filled out the survey last year, thank you! To make sure we are keeping our information up to date, it would be really helpful for us if you could, please, do it again this year. We’ve added many new questions about the features and products that appeared in 2019. We’ve also added questions about how smooth your experience with Kotlin and its ecosystem was in 2019.
One more important thing – answering the Census gives you a chance to win a free ticket to KotlinConf or a special Kotlin T-shirt. We will raffle off the prizes among the respondents after the Census closes.