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This is not just another developer survey. Are you ready for the most global developer survey, designed by developers for developers? The Developer Economics Q4 2017 survey is here and for its 14th edition,aiming at sheding light to the future of the software industry! Every year more than 40,000 developers around the world and participate in this survey, so this is a chance to be part of something big, voice your thoughts and make your own contribution to the developer community. Is this survey for me? The survey is for all developers engaging in the following software development areas: Mobile, Desktop, IoT, AR/VR, Machine Learning & Data Science, Web, Backend and Gaming. Do you want to go to the survey now? What questions am i likely to be asked? As always the survey is looking to shed lights to questions about the current status and the future of the software industry. What’s going up and what’s going down in the software industry? Are you working on the projects you would like to work on? Where do you think development time should be invested? Which are your favourite tools and platforms? Remember your opinion matters, so answers to these questions can be entirely shaped by you and your fellow developers! Developer goodies There are some perks to go with your participation. Have a look at what you can get our hands on: Amazing prizes up for grabs: a Pixel 2 phone, an iPhone X, a Windows Acer MR headset, a Nintendo Switch, Raspberry Pi 3’s and more A Developer Scorecard showing responses from developers in your region A free State of the Developer Nation Q1, 2018 report with the key findings (February 2018). A referral program you can join, promote the survey and win up to $700 in cash! If Cyberpunk is your thing, you will love it! Always designed with an extra fun factor, the Developer Economics Survey shares a CyberPunk theme for its 14th edition.Taking the survey means that you will get to find out if you are a Cyber-Cultist, a Scale-O-Fixer or a Console Boy among others Have a look at the full list of characters. Sounds exciting right? So why don’t you take the survey right away? http://vmob.me/DE4Q17oa1ng?fl=en
Hello girls and guys, i'm looking for an Italian ProcessWire Developer that could help me with a website. I've developed a web platform for car sellers since three year now. The website is a training and motivational platform, and every year it has a new "edition" with a new theme a new graphics, but the backend part is mostly the same every year. This year the platform has to be released around the 30th of November but i won't be working for 2 weeks around that date. So I'm looking for someone who can maintain the website and help my clients with possible bugs or problems during these two weeks. This person should know how PW works, should be able to understand and write PHP and fix some minor problem on the front-end side. My client is Italian that's why he or she has to be Italian-speaking. If you are interested or you know someone who cold fit this request, please send an email to andrea at andreaverde dot it or write me a pvt message here. Thanks!
mikeuk posted a topic in PubI'm looking at setting up a development 'shop' that is something along the lines that some Drupal dev companies are offering large enterprises, but focused on small business clients and a complete service (development, marketing, e-commerce potentially, administration and support). I'd like to base it on one CMS platform. I know Drupal and Joomla pretty well (as a developer), and basic knowledge, growing, with Processwire and see no barrier there. As a system, if it was for me only, I would go with Processwire. However, the main objective here is a service that will both produce quality websites (which I'm confident I can do with this) and also a business that will work and be attractive. So the question is, do you think Processwire is the right tool? The obvious disadvantage is the brand recognition, strongest with Joomla, stronger with Drupal (in my experience, most passively interested business owners have heard of Joomla). It seems in the wider field, currently ModX and Concrete5 have slighter better brand recognition that this. Interested in your thoughts on this. I've added a poll for a quick way to give an opinion, but would prefer comments
Anyone looking for some contract work? I have a few projects that I need help with. I have 8 upcoming projects (PW dev only) that need to be implemented. I would do all design and HTML/CSS. most of these are small to mid size sites with 5-10 templates. I would love to work with someone that wants to do a bunch of on-going contract work. I always have work . I am looking for someone that can write PW modules, is familiar with the PW way of doing things – and is completely happy with that. I have an existing project - PW site that I need some expert help on with the following features: tracking users actions & information on the site - saving to user profile. some FormBuilder integrations User favorites and recently viewed. adding some google charts to the admin backend - like a dashboard for some of the information we are collecting. making the admin/data easier to use for the clients. (organizational. I don't want to change PW at all) If you PM me, I can show you the site. I just don't want this forum post to get indexed by google if I put the URL or name.