5 Links for Developers, Publishers and IT Pros 2-3-12
It's Friday and that means it's time for our weekly feature where we search the Web looking for 5 interesting, funny and poignant links for developers and IT Pros.
In honor of this week's Super Bowl, we're using a football scene for this week's picture.
If you missed our other post this week, eTextbook Market Still Very Much in Flux
, please check it now. We will be exploring the education and publishing technology space more this year and this is our first post on the subject.
Note the change of title this week to reflect our change in focus.
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And here we go with this week's links:IT job spotting: Top 20 metro areas for tech jobs
- Network World
If you're looking for a new IT job, it pays to know where the best markets are and this slide show walks you through the top 20 IT job markets. Apple leads pack in America's five year race to deploy digital textbooks
- Apple Insider
President Obama wants to see school systems switch to digital textbooks within five years. Coming just two weeks after Apple's textbook initiative launch, the timing would appear to be good for Apple (although as we wrote this week, it could be too soon to know who has an advantage).Tablet and Mobile Publishing with HTML5
As HTML5 publishing abilities grow ever more sophisticated, it raises the question if it's still worthwhile to develop or continue to support native applications. Let the debate begin.Business Cloud Security - How to Do It and Where to Start
- HP Input/Output
The government came out with a report with guidelines and recommendations for departments looking at cloud solutions, and many of these recommendations will likely apply to your business too.More Android Forking? Disney Teams Up With Japan’s Docomo For 2 New Phones
Disney has teamed with Softbank in Japan to release two new Anroid phones through Docomo. The phones, which will only be available in Japan, appear to create their own Android forks, something as a developer you might want to watch if you care about the Japanese market.