Developer Economics: State of the Developer Nation Q3 2017
SlashData Developer Economics is the leading research programme on mobile, desktop, IoT, cloud, web, game, augmented and virtual reality, and machine learning developers as well as data scientists, tracking the developer experience across platforms, revenues, apps, languages, tools, APIs, segments and regions. The 13th Developer Economics global survey wave ran in April to June 2017 and reached more than 21,200 developers in 157 countries. This research report delves into key developer trends for 2017.
Developer Economics: State of the Developer Nation Q1 2017
The State of the Developer Nation Q1 2017 report is based on the 12th edition of our Developer Economics survey. In it you will find insights generated from 21,200+ developers from 162 countries. Developer Economics covers mobile, desktop, cloud, IoT, and augmented and virtual reality, as well as data science and machine learning.
Developer Marketing Atlas 2017
Do you know how to recruit developers, build a hackathon, talk to the right analyst, build a marketing strategy, attend the right conference ? It’s just out! Our Developer Marketing Atlas 2017- the who’s who of developer marketing from Conferences and Events to Media, Accelerators and Developer Swag. The map includes 17 categories and 224 companies in total. The Developer Marketing Atlas is the result of collaborative work from a long list of contributors in the developer marketing ecosystem.
The evolving state of Mobile Commerce
This report looks at how developers are embracing the fast-evolving world of m-commerce, the technologies being used by different segments within the mobile developer community and the types of applications to which they are being applied. Recent developments, highlighted in the report, demonstrate just how quickly this market is evolving.
Developer Economics: The State of the Developer Nation Q3 2016
The State of the Developer Nation Q3 2016 report is based on the 11th edition of our Developer Economics survey. In it you will find insights generated from 16,500+ developers across mobile, desktop, cloud, IoT, and now also augmented and virtual reality, as well as data science and machine learning.