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.net Web Design and Development Survey 2012 – have your say!

The team at .net magazine have launched their web design survey this week.

For those of you who don’t know, .net magazine is a valuable resource for those serious about web design and development on both sides of the Atlantic. Every few years they run a comprehensive industry survey.

This year, Acquia is proud to sponsor the 2012 edition of the survey, which aims to build a detailed and thorough profile of the web design industry, its members and key trends on an international basis.

Most importantly and in the spirit of openness (and open source), the data will be available to the community to download via the .net website once the results have been collated*.

Topics include trends in CMS, web app frameworks and tool adoption as well as confidence in the industry, skills and salaries.

Don’t forget to have your say and take part in shaping the future of our industry.

You have until March 20 to participate!

Participate today!

*Don't worry, any data that's made available will be aggregated, non-personal and anonymous.

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