When people talk about social media and corporations, ROI is eventually mentioned. This stems from the fact that people see social media as another form of marketing or advertising. Marketing and advertising always have ROI linked to them because there is a lot of money spent. For example, if you spend $10 million on TV […]

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It has been a few months since the “RSS IS DEAD!” meme popped up, but the release of some new tools has sparked conversation again. I am ignoring the people who just say that they use Twitter to get their news, because you can easily miss too much no matter how diligent you watch your […]

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PLEASE REVIEW THE MORE RECENT VERSION FOR MARCH 2010. Last week I took a look at the “traditional” programming language job trends. Today, I wanted to take a look at some “web 2.0” languages, Ruby and Rails, Python, PHP, JavaScript, and Objective C. The idea behind this is to see what the trends are for […]

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Google Reader has been getting a lot of attention lately. This attention is due to the newer social features that the team has been adding. Given that my attempt at humor failed as usual and did not really explain what I was thinking. So, I decided I should write a more serious post about what […]

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PLEASE REVIEW THE MORE RECENT VERSION FOR FEBRUARY 2010. I recently wrote about what programming languages jobs are currently requiring. In the comments and other venues, people mentioned it would be really interesting to see the job trends over time. So, I decided to see what trend information I could find. Thankfully, Indeed and SimplyHired […]

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