Survey: The State of SharePoint and Office 365 Development

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SharePoint and Office 365 Development

Do you work as a developer, architect or IT-Pro with SharePoint or Office 365?

If the answer is yes, we are excited to invite you to take part in the  ‘State of SharePoint and Office 365 Development Survey’ 2015 before the 19th of July 2015.

Help us build a snapshot of how you are customizing SharePoint and Office 365 by sharing your voice and experience. By taking part, you will also get the opportunity to win some great prizes including an Xbox One, a ticket to the European SharePoint Conference, T-shirts and licenses for the SharePoint Code Analysis Framework (SPCAF)!

With this survey, we hope to gain a wider understanding of the current SharePoint and Office 365 development community.

The Survey

The ‘State of SharePoint and Office 365 Development’ survey will paint a comprehensive picture, both locally and globally, of how developers and IT-Pros are working with the many different facets at their disposal within SharePoint and O365.

We want to hear how many farms do you have, what environment are you using, what is your favorite approach to customize SharePoint, which frameworks are used, what are the most common challenges, where do you go for help.

The survey will be broken down into a number of areas. Looking at social habits, development approach and business processes to get a complete and wide-ranging view of a developer’s world.

Who should take part?

If you are a developer, architect, IT Pro or work in Project Management and are customizing SharePoint or Office 365 then we want to hear from you!

All experience levels are welcome, from SharePoint MVP’s to intermediates and beginners.

Win prizes worth $6,000.00!!!

By completing ‘The State of SharePoint and Office 365 Development’ survey you can choose to enter a prize draw to win a number of cool prizes! We will be giving away:

  • 1 Xbox one worth $400
  • 1 3-day pass for the European SharePoint Conference in Stockholm, Sweden worth $1400 (kindly sponsored by SharePoint Europe)
  • 1 SPCAF Professional Edition license worth $2099 (valid for 1 year)
  • 3 SPCAF Developer Edition licenses worth $699 (each valid for 1 year)
  • 50 ‘Department of SharePoint Code Quality’ t-shirts (street credibility guaranteed for many years!)

SharePoint and Office 365 Development

* the survey closes on 19th of July 2015. Terms & Conditions apply.


Matthias Einig

Matthias is a Microsoft MVP, co-founder, and CEO at Rencore. His mission is to helps enterprises stay in control of their Microsoft collaboration technology. Matthias and his team achieve this by providing insights, advice, and actionable ways to manage platform growth. Matthias is speaking at many conferences and community events all over the world and is one of the organizers of the European Collaboration Summit.