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Zend Developer Zone:
Zend Framework Survey for 2009
December 16, 2009 @ 13:15:28

Zend is looking for your input and help to set the roadmap for the popular Zend Framework. You can contribute via an online survey as mentioned by Matthew Weier O'Phinney on the Zend Deveveloper Zone today:

We need your input to help us better understand the way ZF is used in the real world, what's working and what isn't, and where you would like us to invest next. With ZF 2.0 work commencing soon - there has never been a better time to provide your feedback. Still not convinced? One of the respondents to the survey (providing meaningful answers) will be winning a slick 3rd generation iPod touch. Just be sure to provide your contact details so that we can let you know if you won (no worries - we won't be using your email for sending any promotional stuff).

The survey is pretty short (around 15-20 questions) and can help the ZF team get a better idea of what those using their tool like, dislike and what kinds of things they're using it with. This kind of information can be very useful when setting up the future of the framework.

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