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Wayin scores big with new VP hire, Andy Kershaw DENVER (PRWEB) February 04, 2015 Former Oracle veteran and social product leader, Andy Kershaw joined
A technology executive responsible for the IPO readiness of two high growth companies, Lehman will assist Talent Rover with global expansion and scaling SAN FRANCISCO, Jan.
Father of Java James Gosling and Brazilian JavaMan Bruno Souza enthusiastically endorse polyglot PaaS with Java enterprise level support Palo Alto, Calif., (PRWEB)
Leader in Java Rapid Assessment, Transformation & Modernization Featured at Oracle OpenWorld/Java One Conference SAN JOSE, Calif.
“A Short History of Nearly Everything Java” Provides Developers with a Unique View into the History, Players and Opportunities for Contributing to the Betterment of Java BOSTON,
Former VP of Enterprise Sales at IBM joins Zebra Technologies LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill., Sept.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- WHILL, Inc.
Paul Butterworth, former CTO of Forte, Sun Microsystems, Oracle, and several software startups, joins Mobilize.Net advisory board. Bellevue, WA (PRWEB) August
Investors Double Down on Growing Global Demand for Enterprise-Class Social Analytics and Display Solutions DENVER, July 9, 2014 Denver-based Wayin was co-founded and is chaired by
Former PayPal, Yahoo! and Sun Microsystems Engineering Leader Joins Global Events Marketplace to Expand Attendee and Event Discovery Business San Francisco,
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