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Date Survey #
10 Mar 2003 -
  16 Mar 2003
What types of applications are you working on?
A quick straw poll to see who's working on what
3 Mar 2003 -
  9 Mar 2003
What do you spend most of your time doing?
You may have started off coding for food, but what do you really spend most of your work time doing?
24 Feb 2003 -
  2 Mar 2003
Visual Basic .NET: Your thoughts.
Is VB.NET a language you take seriously or do old prejudices from the VB6 days still hold sway?
17 Feb 2003 -
  23 Feb 2003
Who should take responsibility for library function calls?
When a library function is called, who is responsible for ensuring that the input data will not cause a program to crash, or worse - be susceptible to a security hole?
10 Feb 2003 -
  16 Feb 2003
What device in your household would you most like to be able to program?
Writing programs for our PDAs and cell phones is one thing, but what device in your house would you most like to be able to embrace and extend?
3 Feb 2003 -
  9 Feb 2003
As a developer, how do you rate yourself against your work colleagues?
90% of drivers think they are better than average and I'm sure the same goes for developers. How do you honestly rank yourself among those you work with?
27 Jan 2003 -
  2 Feb 2003
What features of an IDE are most important to you?
Assume you can pick and choose your IDE based on your personal preferences. What features would you classify as 'must have'?
19 Jan 2003 -
  26 Jan 2003
What is the minimum spec machine you would buy today?
New games, new OS's, new .NET. They all mean our kick-ass box of 2 years ago is now obsolete. What CPU/RAM specs are you choosing today?
13 Jan 2003 -
  18 Jan 2003
What reward do you most appreciate?
What token of appreciation from your boss or your clients most inspires you?
6 Jan 2003 -
  12 Jan 2003
How do you link your C++ applications?
Conflicts between different versions of the MFC and ATL libraries can cause headaches. How do you link you C++ apps?
30 Dec 2002 -
  5 Jan 2003
Your New Year's resolution
What's your New Year's resolution this year?
23 Dec 2002 -
  29 Dec 2002
What do you want for Christmas?
If you could choose only one of the following what would you grab?
29 Nov 2002 -
  28 Dec 2002
Adding services to CodeProject
We're looking to add new services to CodeProject but before we do we need to ensure that they will actually be used. We need you to tell us what you think, not what you think we want to hear. This is an invitation-only survey and every invited respondant gets a free CodeProject T-shirt regardless of how they answer (as long as they answer meaningfully. No asdf's please!)

This survey is about online jobs boards, and is focussed on those posting job advertisments, not on those using a jobs board to find a job.

All replies will be treated with the strictest confidentiality. Thanks for helping us make CodeProject better!

16 Dec 2002 -
  22 Dec 2002
C++ Buzzwords
With the latest version of VC++ coming out soon there's a lot of talk about what's new. Without Googling tell us which of the following concepts you are familiar enough with to use.
9 Dec 2002 -
  15 Dec 2002
Given the choice, who would you rather have dinner with?
2 Dec 2002 -
  8 Dec 2002
What's most important in your day?
Some things just make work life more bearable.
18 Nov 2002 -
  5 Dec 2002
The Code Project straw poll
We're constantly looking to ensure that we provide our members with Stuff They Want. To do this we need to ensure that we're on the right track. If you could spare 30 seconds to fill in this quick straw poll then a CodeProject T-shirt could be yours.
25 Nov 2002 -
  1 Dec 2002
How important are new features for Visual C++?
If you could choose among the following features for a new version of Visual C++, how would you rate them in terms of importance (1 = not important, 5 = important).
18 Nov 2002 -
  24 Nov 2002
Do you accept the 'standard' set of Microsoft tools?
Sometimes the tools we're given are not the best tools for the job. (suggested by Michael Galloway McLean)
11 Nov 2002 -
  17 Nov 2002
Has your dress code at work changed?
Developers used to pride themselves on how casually we could dress - partly because we had no dress sense, but mostly because we could get away with it. Has this now changed? (Suggested by Kirsty Galloway McLean)

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