12/10/2011 -AUSTIN AMERICAN-STATESMAN | By Lori Hawkins, Kirk Ladendorf
Austin's supply crunch for software developers was bad enough by September to prompt 25 Central Texas tech executives to fly to California in search of new talent.Read more
ieee spectrum | Prachi Patel | September 2011
The worst of the recession is behind us. While the job outlook for electrical and computer engineers was not dire last year, the uptick in the economy brings even happier tidings for the class of 2011. Everyone—from Microsoft and Google to small start-ups—seems to be looking for talented programmers and developers.Read more
06/28/2011 -A year ago, Harvard University's student newspaper dubbed computer science the most "gender-skewed" major on campus – meaning that many more men majored in computer science than women. Then something happened. In a year, the number of women majoring in computer science has nearly doubled on the Harvard campus.Read more
06/21/2011 -"As is typically the case, business and engineering majors, plus those earning degrees in technical fields, including computer science, are most in demand at the bachelor's degree level," writes the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) in its "2011 Job Outlook".Read more
06/08/2011 -Texas cities claimed the top 6 positions in a study released by Forbes.com and NewGeography.com. Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos came ranked fourth, while San Antonio-New Braunfels ranked seventeenth of nearly 400 locations evaluated. More information can be seen at http://www.newgeography.com/content/002215-the-best-cities-jobs-2011.