admin on February 24th, 2009
For the second year in a row, Global Knowledge and TechRepublic have partnered to create a comprehensive IT salary survey. With over 14,150 responses, the 2009 report has turned out to be one of this year’s most relevant and revealing salary surveys in the industry. 2009 IT Salary Servey
Wang Jun on February 24th, 2009
January 26, 2009 — 9:37pm ET | By Jason Ankeny Both Apple and Google reported earnings last week, additionally offering up some revealing information on their respective iPhone and Android mobile efforts. Apple reported strong first quarter profits on the strength of best-ever sales for its iPod portable music device and accompanying iTunes download storefront, with Q1 profits jumping to $1.61 billion from $1.58 billion a year earlier--revenue increased to $10.17 billion year-over-year from $7.9 billion. Apple sold 22.7 million iPods during the quarter, up 3 percent from a year earlier, while consumers purchased 4.36 million iPhone 3Gs during the holiday ...
WildGrass on February 24th, 2009
As from 2/16 Fortune magazine on Facebook: President Obama used it to get elected. Dell will recruit new hires with it. Microsoft's new operating system borrows from it. No question, Facebook has friends in high places. Can CEO Mark Zuckerberg make those connections pay off?  Read more at:
This article is from February's Newsweek magazine.  The author claimed: "I learned the hard way: while blogs can do many wonderful things, making huge amounts of money isn't one of them." It is also interesting to read the comments of the article. on February 10th, 2009
Venture capital firms aren’t too peachy on Georgia technology companies. A lack of entrepreneurial talent, deal flow awareness and geographic distance are top reasons venture firms say they shy away from investing in Georgia, according to a Technology Association of Georgia survey that was scheduled to be released Feb. 5. The 2008 poll of 156 firms in 24 states and the United Kingdom was aimed at gauging VC perceptions of Georgia and comparing venture activity in the state with others. The study’s results were first publicly reported on AtlanTech , Atlanta Business Chronicle’s technology blog. In a finding sure to ...
Crossfire3381 on February 4th, 2009
Position Summary: Our company is seeking a key Java Developer to work on our new web application product. In this role you will design, develop, and help implement the product.   This is complex development and requires a strong core knowledge of Java/J2EE.  There will be customization and requires frequent interaction with internal development teams. The position will be about 90% new development and 10% support.  This role will involve heavy Java development.  You will need experience with multithreaded development, and preferably have dealt with large, sacaleable Java applications where performance ...