On eve of his departing, Comcast's Brodsky looks back at the many wins (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Flash in the Pan (TechCrunch)

Order Is Great. It’s Bureaucracy That’s Stifling (New York Times)
Interview with QlikTech CEO Lars Bjork.

Offshoring stole many U.S. programming jobs (Philadelphia Inquirer)
I would question the accuracy and meaningfulness of this piece by Bartlett and Steele. The term "computer programmer", as defined by the Department of Labor, is narrow and almost obsolete. There are so many other job titles and skill sets requiring extensive computer technology knowledge that are not included in their simplistic analysis. Furthermore, advanced software technologies have made it less necessary for many to have advanced programming skills to perform
computing tasks.


Philly Tech People News 5/1/2011

Delaware Chief Judge Chandler Retires (New York Times: DealBook)

Comcast Announces Changes to State Government Affairs Team (National Journal: Tech Daily Dose)

JB Perrette, Key NBCU Digital Exec, Exits (The Wrap)

Traver Bursts Back on the TV Scene (Light Reading Cable)

Philadelphia Media Network Announces New Chief Revenue Officer (Editor & Publisher)

LLR Hires David Siegel
Establishes Washington, D.C. presence
(Business Wire)

Michael DiMartile joins NewSpring Capital as Director of Investor Relations (PressReleasePoint)

Beyond.com Names Brad Miller Vice President of Marketing and Communications (Business Wire)

Jon Gorchow to lead Lenfest Broadcasting (Philly Ad Club News)