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Online surveyon using software design patterns for web services projects

From: Fathelrahman, Adil <AOF2BNS@bolton.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 7 Jun 2006 10:10:23 +0100
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Dear members,
As part of a research degree, I am conducting an online survey on the use
of software design patterns within software design projects, especially
when used within the scope of integrating applications (e.g. web services,
EAI etc). The aim is to investigate how use of software design patterns can facilitate software reuse and save time and cost with software development
The study doesn't assume the use / knowledge of software design patterns as
a pre-requisite for filling the online survey as we are collecting views of
software developers with different background and experience.
Your response would be treated as confidential and the online survey and
results are anonymous (no name, address ... etc is required).
All those who completed the survey with valid E-mail address will receive
copy of the aggregated results and any related publications, though giving
E-mail is optional.
The survey is expected to take 5 minutes to complete.
The link to the online survey is at
Many thanks for helping with this study.
Adil Fathelrahman
PhD E-Business Research Student
Department of Business , Logistics and Information Systems 
The University of Bolton U.K.
Received on Wednesday, 7 June 2006 14:26:22 UTC

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