"R User or R Developer? This is the question!"
R is among the most popular programming, scripting, and markup languages. A key factor in its popularity is without any doubt its approachability, also for people without a software engineering background. What does it mean to be an R user? Is there such a thing as an R developer, and (how) does it differ from being an R user? We will discuss this at a Panel Discussion at useR!2021 on Tuesday July 6th at 4 pm UTC ( Abstract available at https://www.conftool.org/user2021/index.php?page=browseSessions&form_session=38&form_topic=0&form_tracks=8&presentations=show ) and with this form we would like to collect the perspective of the R Community, to be presented at the panel. We would be grateful if you could collaborate by answering these few questions below.

To know more check out our blog post https://mirai-solutions.ch/news/2021/06/18/announce-user2021-panel/
Define R Developer:
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How do you consider yourself?
R User
R Developer
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Is R a programming language for production?
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Is there a role such as an “R developer” in your company/place of work?
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If yes, what skills are required by your company for the "R developer" role?
None
Sufficient
Medium
Strong
devOps
GitHub
Computer Science or similar background
C++
Shiny
Cloud services
Visualization
Tidyverse
Statistical or similar background
Domain know-how
plumber / API
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Is there a role such as an “R user” in your company/place of work?
Clear selection
If yes, what skills are required by your company for the "R user" role?
None
Sufficient
Medium
Strong
devOps
GitHub
Computer Science or similar background
C++
Shiny
Cloud services
Visualization
Tidyverse
Statistical or similar background
Domain know-how
plumber / API
Clear selection
What makes R an approachable language?
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Where did you find the link to this poll?
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