There are currently more than 120 different architectural languages through which practitioners can specify their software architectures and perform various operations such as analysis, simulation, code generation, etc. The list of architectural languages includes the existing formal modelling languages, informal modelling languages, and architecture description languages. To better understand practitioners' practical knowledge and experience on software architecture modelling languages, a survey is being conducted. The survey can be accessible here: http://bit.ly/2bGpSN4
The survey results will be presented on international conferences an aim to be published in well-regarded scientific journals.
We strongly believe that the survey is not only funny but also has high potential in broadening the scope of practitioners on software architecture modelling.
Any person with any level of knowledge on software development can complete the survey in 3-10 minutes.