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LinkedIn survey

Yesterday I contributed to a short questionnaire made by a LinkedIn client which made me 10 euros. The questions fell within the scope of software development tools and languages with special emphasis on Microsoft, Oracle and IBM tools. Also opensource tools were covered, Eclipse and Java in particular.

I guess the small incentive of 10 euros was a way for the LinkedIn client to motivate users to properly compile it. However the survey took about 20 minutes and at last it became quite boring and repetitive.

LinkedIn offered several options to redeem the incentive: a transfer to a Paypal account, an Amazon Gift Certifcate and a donation to some non-profit organizations. I choose the Paypal transfer and then donated the money to the upcoming italan event against censorship Rai per una notte which will take place next thursday in Bologna.

Thank you LinkedIn!