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325State of the IT Union Survey (December 2010)

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  • Scott Ambler
    Dec 2, 2010
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      http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/StateOfITUnion

      The goal of this ongoing survey series is to find out what IT professionals are
      actually doing in practice. There's a lot of rhetoric flying around out there
      but not a lot of hard data, making it very difficult for IT departments to make
      fact-based decisions as to how to organize the work that they do. You can help
      to rectify this problem by filling out this survey as honestly and thoroughly as
      you can.


      There are 17 questions on 4 pages in this survey and it should take you less
      than 5 minutes to complete. Thank you very much for investing your valuable time
      to fill it out. 

      The results of this survey will be summarized in a forthcoming DDJ newsletter by
      Scott Ambler. Furthermore, this is an open survey, so the source data (without
      identifying information to protect your privacy), a summary slide deck, and the
      original source questions will be posted at www.ambysoft.com/surveys/ so that
      others may analyze the data for their own purposes. Data from previous surveys
      have been used by university students and professors for their research papers,
      and hopefully the same will be true of the data from this survey. The results
      from several other surveys are already posted there, so please feel free to take
      advantage of this resource. 

      At the end of the survey you will be given the chance to be entered into a draw
      for one of ten copies of "Glitch: The Hidden Impact of Faulty Software" by Jeff
      Papows, published by Addison-Wesley in September 2010. 

      - Scott Scott W. Ambler
      Chief Methodologist for Agile/Lean, IBM Rational
      Agile at Scale blog: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/blogs/page/ambler
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