WebObjects community surveys are now available

February 18, 2009 in iOS Development (E)

[prMac.com] Montreal, QC - The WebObjects Community Association is happy to announce the availability of our annual surveys about the WebObjects Community. The surveys are the best way for WebObjects developers to give feedback to Apple and to the Association and will let us, the Association, plan for the coming year, especially for WOWODC 2009.

"We encourage all members of the WebObjects community to fill out these surveys. Input and feedback from community members are vital to the continued success of WOWODC, the community-organized WebObjects Developer Conference." - Janine Sisk, chairperson of the WebObjects Community Association Steering Committee.

"WebObjects is a powerful framework to build Web 2.0 applications and the surveys will help us to make it even better" - Pascal Robert, member of the WebObjects Community Association Steering Committee.

Three surveys are available: one is for organization who develops WebObjects applications and only one respondant should answer the survey for the whole organization. One survey is for any WebObjects developer, no limit per organization. If you are a freelancer/one-man'd shop, please answer both answers. The other survey is about how your organization use Project Wonder in your WebObjects applications.

Results for the 2007 surveys are also available on the WebObjects Community Web site. Many thanks to Survs for hosting the surveys.

The WebObjects Community Association was founded in 2007 to serve as an organizational structure and single point of contact with Apple to influence and support the continued development of WebObjects. With a focus on support and motivation, the WO Community's goal is to market WebObjects and member services in ways in which Apple is not willing and/or capable of doing. Copyright 2007-2008 WebObjects Community Association. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and WebObjects are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.


Janine Sisk
Steering Committee Chairmain