Dear talented Developers,
I hope this message finds you well. I am writing to you today as a Ph.D. student in entrepreneurship at the University of Calgary. I am part of a research team led by Dr. Mohammad Keyhani, conducting a study on the no-code / low-code revolution.
Your expertise as an Airtable extension developer is highly regarded, and we would be honored if you would be willing to participate in our study. Your knowledge and experience would be invaluable to our research, and we would greatly appreciate a 45-minute interview to gain deeper insights. However, if a 30-minute slot would be more convenient for you, we would be grateful for your time nonetheless.
I provide a calendar link or work with any preferred scheduling tool that you may have. Please rest assured that our study has been approved by the University of Calgary ethics board, and we strictly adhere to ethical guidelines to ensure the confidentiality of all information.
Thank you for considering this invitation, and we look forward to hearing from you soon.
Ph.D. student at Haskayne School of Business
University of Calgary
2500 University Dr NW, Calgary, AB T2N 1N4
Can you please provide a little more information about your study?
What led you to choose to study Airtable developers? How do you know that there have not been other academic studies? What are you hoping to gain from this study? How will the results of this study be published and when? Will participants be compensated? Given that top Airtable consultants charge upwards of $300+ per hour, a non-monetary compensation is probably in order.
Do you need developers with a range of experience? If so, how will you know if you have a representative sample? How many developers do you need? Do you have a website?
Thanks for replying.
I hope the above points help,