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\nUser Research International is a research company based out of Redmond, Washington. Working with some of the biggest companies in the industry, we aim to improve your experience via paid research studies. Whether it be the latest video game or productivity tools, we value your feedback and experience. We are currently conducting a research study called The Visual Studio Study. We are looking for currently employed Full-Time Developers who use Visual Studio and GIT. This study is a one time remote study via an online meeting. We’re offering $150 for participation in this study. Session lengths are 1 hour. These studies provide a platform for our researchers to receive feedback for an existing or upcoming products or software. We have included the survey link for the study below. Taking the survey will help determine if you fit the profile requirements. If you complete the survey, and you are actually a fit to the study's requirements, URI will follow up with you. I have summarized the study details below. In order to be considered, you must take the survey below. Thank you!\n\nStudy: Visual Studio Study\n\nGratuity: $150\n\nSession Length: 1 hour\n\nLocation: Remote via an online meeting\n\nDates: September. Available dates are located within the survey\n\nSurvey: Visual Studio Study


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