Network Admins or Developers needed for University of Maryland research study

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Network Admins or Developers needed for University of Maryland research study

Participate in a research study being conducted by netCHI lab at the University of Marylandís iSchool. We are interested in improving the software updating experience for users. In particular, we would like to know how network administrators and application developers manage, develop, and deploy software updates.


Compensation: $20 gift card for your participation and entered into a raffle to win a hard drive.

You are eligible for this study if you:
-are a Network Administrator or Application Developer managing or developing software updates
-are at least 18 years old

To participate please sign up for the study through the Netchi UMD website or reply back to this post.

Details of the study (to be completed):
- An online survey
- A phone or in-person interview at the College of Information Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park that lasts approximately 45 minutes
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