Monday, December 27, 2004
Top Southern California Technology Trends for 2004
For those hardy souls working between the Christmas and New Years holidays, will be offering a few observations on the top technology trends and we've seen here developing throughout the year, and some of the companies who are tapping into those trends. Today we're looking at some of the top trends in companies for 2004.

Open Source software gained a lot of attention this year, with Santa Monica-based Gluecode Software, Santa Barbara-based Versora, and Woodland Hills-based Metap (More info...)

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Group Reports Engineering Salary Drop
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers USA is reporting that its latest salary survey of its U.S. members shows a 1.5 percent drop in medium income for electrotechnology and information technology professionals, the first drop reported in the survey since 1972. The latest IEEE-USA Salary & Fringe Benefit Survey showed a drop from $101,000 in 2002 to $99,500 in 2003. The drop is the first time the salary has not risen in 31 years. Accounting for inflation, the drop is actually (More info...)

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