Results from the May 2011 DDJ State of the IT Union Survey
|This survey was performed during the months of May and early June 2011 and there was 248 respondents. The survey was announced in my April DDJ newsletter, Survey Shows Unethical Behavior Rampant inside IT Development Teams, and in my DDJ blog.||
The survey results are summarized in The Fine Art of Ignoring Stakeholders.
Some findings include:
Figure 1. Who do software development teams consider to be stakeholders?
Figure 2. How do teams elicit requirements?
Figure 3. What types of requirements artifacts are being created?
You may use this data as you see fit, but may not sell it in whole or in part. You may publish summaries of the findings, but if you do so you must reference the survey accordingly (include the name and the URL to this page). Feel free to contact me with questions. Better yet, if you publish, please let me know so I can link to your work.
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