When Users Become Programmers – August 1

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Dick Davies stops by to discuss “Users Become the Programmers”.  One of the most complicated technologies we faced five years ago is now being taught on a regular basis to everyone from clerks to executives.  And, as we are approaching more and more creative, yet simple technologies, the need for professionals is slowly diminishing.  This is where Dick Davies steps in.  He will be addressing what is causing the push of this trend, what will happen to IT professionals, and how to cope with the problem.  Dick is the President of Sales Lab Incorporated, and is also partner in a Web 2.0 start up known as Partnerpedia.  If you would like further questions answered by Dick, but don’t know how to get a hold of him, check out his website @ http://www.dickdavies.com/.

Stories featured in this week’s session of the Week In Review:

  • Google Introduces Google Apps for Government- Technologizer- [JUMP]
  • Intel Turns to Light to Transfer Data Inside PCs- PC World- [JUMP]
  • Google cleared of wi-fi snooping- BBC News- [JUMP]
  • MTA to Put WiFi, Cell Service in Subway Stations- NBC News- [JUMP]
  • Seamheads seek free Wi-Fi- Seattle Times- [JUMP]

Originally aired Sunday, August 1, 2010 @ 6 pm EDT | 3 pm MST on KFNX-1100 in the Greater Phoenix area.

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