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This report provides data and insights into trends that allow you to estimate the addressable market for Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) technologies, in terms of the number of developers using such technology. This also implicitly includes developers working on Mixed or Merged Reality applications. The report discusses several aspects of the AR/VR developer population that may help you to fine-tune your addressable market size. We split developers by their professional involvement, their target devices, the use cases they are working on, their level of influence in purchasing decisions, geography, their use of hardware acceleration, as well as their use of programming languages and specific AR/VR technologies.
This report on developer code optimisation strategies is based on the 13th Developer Economics survey data, which ran between April and June 2017 and reached 21,200+ developers and data scientists from over 160 countries. The survey data shows that augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) developers are the most active group of code optimisers, while web and backend development show the lowest proportions of developers performing optimisation. AR/VR developers are polarised strongly in favour of optimisation to enhance graphics, user experience, and audio content, while among other optimising developers, reducing memory, reducing latency and increasing data throughput are the most commonly selected reasons for code optimisation.
This report provides data and insights in trends that allow you to estimate the addressable market for machine learning and data science technologies, in terms of the number of people using such technology. The report discusses several aspects of the machine learning developer population that may help you to fine-tune your addressable market size. We split developers by their professional involvement, the type of project they are working on, their level of influence in purchasing decisions, geography, their use of hardware acceleration, as well as their use of programming languages and specific machine learning technologies.
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