RAD Studio 2017 Themes and Developers Survey

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With 10.2 Tokyo shipping last month, we at Embarcadero have renewed our focus to future plans, while R&D is still busy with fixes, updates, and some additional Tokyo features (mostly C++ for Linux).

Themes for 2017/2018

The RAD Studio PM team (that is myself, Sarina, and David)  has published a summary of the themes for this and the next year. You can find the document at https://community.embarcadero.com/blogs/entry/updated-roadmap-coming-soon-annual-developer-survey. There isn't much to add to what's written there. The three key Delphi related items are:

Expanded native controls support for multi-device development Enhanced Windows 10 platform features Delphi Language Features

RAD Studio 2017 Developer Survey

We have also opened our yearly developers survey (available until April 25th) to our customers asking input for our future plans (for example asking for details on each of the 3 items above) and validation of some ideas we are exploring (in many existing and new areas). We know that a 97 questions survey can be intimidating (although a few questions are fairly easy and fast to answer) but this survey is the largest we do every year and we spend a lot of time examining the information our customers give us. The direct link is:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2017RADStudioSurvey

So I'm asking you personally to take the survey , but also to invite others (active Delphi or C++Builder developers, but also developers who moved to other tools and could tell us what would make them consider coming back, or just why they are not using RAD Studio any more and what they don't like), and also software developers at large who have never used our tools extensively but are interest to tell us what they like in a developer tools. If you can help us reach more developers, it will help us shape the future of the product for a broader community.

Thanks for your help.



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