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European Developer Panel

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Research, Apr 26, 2005.

  1. Research

    Research Guest

    Greetings,

    Evans Data is an independent market research firm focused on hardware and
    software development. We're recruiting developers and managers to take a
    survey on developer programs and technologies and join our panel. You'll
    get to tell tools and platform vendors what you really think. AND each
    person who completes the survey is entered into a drawing to win $1000US.

    Our reports are read by the world's largest development tool and platform
    makers, and this is your chance to let them know what YOU really want.

    You can find this survey at:

    http://www.evansdata.com/EDC_CUST_2005_1_TEA_FLY_Start.html

    Panel members are advised via e-mail when we run a survey. We let you know
    what the subject of the survey is and you may choose to participate or not.
    Everyone who does complete a survey is automatically entered in a drawing to
    WIN $1000US.

    All your personal information is held strictly confidential. The results
    are aggregated and turned into reports which influence top development tools
    companies. YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION IS NEVER GIVEN TO ANYONE UNDER ANY
    CIRCUMSTANCES.

    To take our survey and enter the drawing please go to:

    http://www.evansdata.com/EDC_CUST_2005_1_TEA_FLY_Start.html

    We think you'll find it interesting!

    The Research Group at Evans Data Corp
    http://www.evansdata.com
    Evans Data Corp
    740 Front St, Ste 240
    Santa Cruz, CA 95060
     
    Research, Apr 26, 2005
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