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The 2021 Node.js User Survey is now open.
Node.js is an Impact Project under the OpenJS Foundation. The aim of the 2021 Node.js User Survey is to learn who is using Node.js, and how it is being used. It’s also an opportunity for Node.js users to share any feedback with the project. The survey should take around 20 minutes, and the results are anonymized.
You can check out some of the previous year’s survey results:
Participating in the survey will help the OpenJS Foundation and Node.js project shape the future of the project around our users. If you’re interested in the future of Node.js, there’s recently been a “Next 10” effort kicked off that is working to define the strategic directions for the next 10 years of Node.js. You can follow the progress (or participate) in this effort at https://github.com/nodejs/next-10.
Also of interest, check out the recently released State of JS 2020 survey results.
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