Linux on Workstations

Canonical aims to offer the best developer desktop environment on Ubuntu and want your input on what is your ideal workstation.
We also want to find out if there are any support services you would be interested in or find useful as a developer. If there is anything in particular that you want to see on your workstation environment that isn't covered please feel free to tell us about it in the last question.

* 1. Introduce your self! If you give us your email address, we'll send you the results.

* 2. Which industry do you work for?

* 3. How many Linux workstations do you have running today?
Please choose only one of the following:

* 4. Which Linux distribution(s) are you running on your workstation?

* 5. If Ubuntu, which version(s) do you use?
Please choose all that apply:

* 6. Do you currently develop on Linux? If yes, what is the primary development language?
Please choose all that apply:

* 7. Which IDE (Integrated Development Environments) or tools are you using for development?

* 8. Which additional libraries or packages do you find yourself adding to your environment that are typically not included by default?

* 9. Do you use validation and testing on external or virtualised environments?

* 10. If yes, which one?

* 11. When facing issues, did you use a method of community support and which?
Please choose all that apply:

* 12. Were your problems resolved by the community support?

* 13. How satisfied were you with the community support?

* 14. Would you like to be able to streamline the requirement of your development workstations in an automatic deployment method?

* 15. Do you currently have administrator (root) rights and privileges on your development workstations?

* 16. What other features would your ideal Linux Developer Desktop have?

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