Last Chance (for a While): Suggest a Java Tools Poll
The past three Java.net polls have been related to Java tools. We've run two polls related to Integrated Development Environments (IDEs), and our current poll asks Which Continuous Integration (CI) server do you prefer? That poll will be ending on Friday. After that, we'll run one more poll related to Java tools. What class of tool would you like that poll to be about? This is your last chance (for a while) to suggest a Java tools poll. What do you want to ask the community (related to Java tools)?
If you'd like to suggest a poll, think of a good question about a category of tools, then come up with some response options that more or less cover the spectrum of the answers developers might most likely expect to see. The poll question should not be about a single tool, but rather about a category of tool. It might be interesting to find out how developers rate something about tools that compete with one another; or the poll could simply ask which tool/framework/platform within a given category developers use the most.
If you have a suggestion for a poll, you can either post it as a comment to this blog, or send it as an email message to editor __at__ java.net.
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