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Help shape future of XR development software with this survey

Help shape future of XR development software with this survey

A new global survey aims to influence software development from Q1 2018.

Developer Economics are asking VR, AR and MR developers to share their technology preferences, which software they rate or hate, and what they think will be the next technology breakthrough.

Anyone taking part will also find out their cyberpunk alter ego, whether you’re a Scale-o-Fixer or a Pull Request Commander.

Data in, data out

Participants will be able to see real-time developer insights from other developers taking the survey, as well as a Developer Scorecard with responses from your region.

A full report based on the data gathered during the survey will be made available in February 2018, free to anyone that takes part.

Prizes to be won

All participants will be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win a wide range of prizes that include Oculus Rift and Touch, an Acer WMR headset, Google Pixel 2 handset, a year’s licence for Code School, Google Developers licence fees and more.

There's also $50 Steam Store credit available to readers who take part using the link below. The winners will be announced one month from the end of the survey on December 17th.

Enter now

You can take part in the Developer Economics survey here.


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Steve has been a games journalist on and off since the first PlayStation made games ‘cool’, but he’s never forgotten the thrill of finding a Space Invaders machine in the wild. Neuromancer is one of his favourite books and The Matrix is one of his favourite movies, so he’s been ready for VR all his life.

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