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* 1. Programming Experience

* 2. Frameworks Experience

* 3. About Java I feel:

* 4. I've heard that the onTap framework is:

* 5. I use frameworks regularly and in choosing framework(s) for an application, these features are:

  Undesirable Neutral / Don't Know Nice to have Important Required
AJAX Integration
XML configuration files
Convention over Configuration (CoC)
User Management / Security Features
Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP)
Object Oriented Architecture (OO)
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
Printed Books
Scaffolding Tools for CRUD Tasks
Full Stack (automates common tasks)
Extensibility (plugins / filters)
Community Wiki
Commercial Support Contracts
Object-Relational Mapping (ORM)
Dependency Injection (IoC / DI)
Thorough Documentation
SES URLs
Easy to Learn / Use
Scalability
Object Caching Services (RAM)
Video Tutorials

* 6. I've seen the installation videos for the onTap framework.

* 7. I heard about the onTap framework through:

* 8. What versions of the onTap framework have you tried?

* 9. I tried an *older* version of the framework and found it to be (skip this question if you have not used the framework or if you have only used 3.2):

  Don't know Poor Acceptable Good Excellent!
Support for Procedural Techniques
Scalability
Extensibility (plugins)
Support for OO Techniques
Gentle Learning Curve
Thorough Documentation
Stability
Community Involvement
Technical Support

* 10. I've tried onTap framework 3.2 recently and find it to be (skip this question if you have not tried the most recent version):

  Don't Know Poor Acceptable Good Excellent!
Extensibility (plugins)
Stability
Scalability
Thorough Documentation
Support for OO Techniques
Support for Procedural Techniques
Gentle Learning Curve
Technical Support
Community Involvement

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