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AJAX Usage Among .NET Developers in 2009: Survey

Are .NET developers using using MVC or WebForms with their AJAX?

A couple of years ago Simone Chiaretta did a survey of .NET Developers usage of Ajax..   I just saw that he is refreshing that survey to see what has changed in the industry. 

Are people still actively moving to Ajax?

Are they using MVC or WebForms with their Ajax?  Which ones of the *many* ajax frameworks out there are they using?  Feel free to write-in Silverlight if that is your current preference for this style of application.

Very interesting data… and while clearly not a scientific survey, it is an interesting data point as Simone has agreed to publish all the data he gets.  

Here is what he has so far.

So please take a few minutes and fill out the survey and pass it on to your colleagues.

http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/?p=WEB22973CYKW2H

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Brad Abrams is currently the Group Program Manager for the UI Framework and Services team at Microsoft which is responsible for delivering the developer platform that spans both client and web based applications, as well as the common services that are available to all applications. Specific technologies owned by this team include ASP.NET, Atlas and Windows Forms. He was a founding member of both the Common Language Runtime, and .NET Framework teams.

Brad has been designing parts of the .NET Framework since 1998 when he started his framework design career building the BCL (Base Class Library) that ships as a core part of the .NET Framework. He was also the lead editor on the Common Language Specification (CLS), the .NET Framework Design Guidelines, the libraries in the ECMA\ISO CLI Standard, and has been deeply involved with the WinFX and Windows Vista efforts from their beginning.

He co-authored Programming in the .NET Environment, and was editor on .NET Framework Standard Library Annotated Reference Vol 1 and Vol 2 and the Framework Design Guidelines.