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TADHack pre and post event surveys

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TADHack, www.tadhack.com, took place on the 6/7 June 2014 in Madrid, Sri Lanka, Philippines, Malaysia, India and around the world. Before and after the event we conducted surveys. Here are a summary of the results.

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TADHack pre and post event surveys

  1. 1. TADHack Pre-Event and Post-Event Survey Results
  2. 2. 2 Pre-Event Survey Category Questions
  3. 3. Spain, 49 Sri Lanka, 35 Mexico, 15 USA, 14 Hungary, 5 Slovakia, 2 Netherlands, 5 Belgium, 7 India, 6 Russia, 3 Philippines, 17 Nigeria, 2 Germany, 3 Tunisia, 2 UK, 5 Singapore, 2 Pakistan, 2 Japan, 3 Italy, 2 Brasil, 2 Canada, 2 Malaysia, 5 3 Pre-Event Results: Country were developer based
  4. 4. Pre-Event Results: How are you participating? 74 37 16 7 12 6 24 12 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Madrid Sri Lanka Philippines Malaysia Chicago Pune Remotely Just watching not participating Total of 188 Responses
  5. 5. Pre-Event Results: What’s your Business? 35 75 16 4 16 18 24 Student App Developer Telco Consulting Platform Provider System Integrator Tech Vendor Total of 188 Responses
  6. 6. 6 TADHack Specific Questions
  7. 7. 47 33 67 52 44 68 54 24 33 36 43 21 30 Fun / inspiration / motivation Participation certificate Networking / contacts / meet interesting people Hands-on experience New ideas / feedback on ideas Understand latest telecom tech Understand different APIs platforms / tech Help raising money for start-up Exposure to telecom world Understand what's possible with telecoms / webRTC Prizes Meet new partners / recruits New business opportunities Pre-Event Results: Top 3 things you want out of TADHack Votes
  8. 8. 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Very Interested Interested Not Interested Pre-Event Results: View on Development Themes Votes Telecom APIs, WebRTC and Payment APIs were most interesting. With WebRTC being a “gateway technology” for developers to discover the broader capabilities of Telecom APIs.
  9. 9. 9 Technology Questions
  10. 10. 10 42.6% 68.1% 44.7% 53.2% 48.9% 55.3% 51.1% 0.0% 10.0% 20.0% 30.0% 40.0% 50.0% 60.0% 70.0% 80.0% Telecomappservers(incall services) TelecomAPIs Communications(callingand messaging) TelecomAPIsPayments TelecomAPIsProfile (Location,deviceinfo, subscriptioninfo) FOSS(FreeandOpenSource Software) WebRTC Developmenttools Pre-Event Results: What Tech are of most interest to your projects? Communication APIs and WebRTC are top, but all technologies are considered relevant including the development tools.
  11. 11. 11 Developer ONLY Questions
  12. 12. 12 Pre-Event Results: What developer communities are you involved with? 45% of Developers Responded 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14
  13. 13. 13 Pre-Event Results: How do you find business 27 19 26 19 17 20 Direct Sales / Contacts Partners Events Open Source Communities Dev Communities Internet Sales Votes
  14. 14. TADHack Post-Event Survey Results
  15. 15. 18 7 3 1 2 1 6 2 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 Madrid Sri Lanka Philippines Malaysia Chicago Pune Remotely Just watching not participating Post-Event Results: How were you involved? Total of 40 Responses After the event, people are less motivated to provide feedback J.
  16. 16. 20 18 15 15 14 6 Wifi (Spain event) More Publicity (all locations) Clearer pitches Better Deep Dives Better sponsor tools Fairer Competition Post-Event Results: What is the one thing we must do better? Total of 40 Responses In Madrid we had a WiFi problem, if we’re at the same location next year there will be fiber (we ended up on LTE and ADSL). More publicity is clearly required. Fairer competition reflected the variety of hacks being on show, which will be solved through grouping into 2 main categories of 24 hour hacks and a service innovation showcase. We also had a couple of mentions of making the hacks clearer to understanding – we need to ensure everyone follows a clear process in presenting their hacks.
  17. 17. Post-Event Results: What is the one thing we must do more of? Total of 35 Responses People loved the satellites and want more on them, all locations generally liked the food. Though a couple demanded pizza and beer as it was a hackathon. On Prizes most people liked that we gave many prizes, through 20% would prefer 1 or 2 large prizes. My opinion is we keep the approach of lots of prizes to encourage as many people as possible to contribute, the ones who would win the big prizes will likely make it in the market anyway, so better we share the love. 12 11 11 11 9 9 Satellites Great food Global Telecoms focus Prizes Great locations
  18. 18. Post-Event Results: Did you get what you hoped out of TADHack? Total of 40 Responses Yes, this is a self serving chart, but it was nice to see we achieve 100% satisfaction even given the hiccups and areas for improvement. 40 0 yes no
  19. 19. 18 9 6 2 Social event after prizes More telecom novices X-Satellite teams Better filtering of ptiches Post-Event Results: What is missing from TADHack? Votes The most common feedback was the need for a social event after the prizes, people wanted to socialize and share after the intense event. We should plan on some wrap-up event. Interestingly people wanted to explore x-satellite teams, i.e. people in Madrid and Sri Lanka coding together on a hack. Other feedback on team composition recommended mixing telecom novices and experts.
  20. 20. Post-Event Results: Other Satellite Locations 7 5 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 Mexico Paris Brasil Amsterdam Singapore London San Francisco NYC / Boston Bangalore Dubai Japan Rome Johannesburg

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