Tampa Bay Business Journal Roundtable discussion of the local Tech Community, Workorce & Job Market, August 2014
"Placing college grads is not an area of specialty of mine. A lot of CIOs, VPs ... their kids are graduating. They’ll ask like, hey, can you help them out?...Fortunately, I’ve had a bunch of clients where they’ve hired a lot of the recent college grads or, those with three years and put them with a senior developer in a mentor type program.
Interview with Hillsborough County Commmissioner Mark Sharpe & others from Tech Community, May 24, 2013
Interview with Hills. County Commissioner Mark Sharpe & others from the Tech Community, January 10, 2014
"Pure & Shameless" Technology Socials & HotSpaces.Net articles:
"The New Technology Elite describes these two powerful trends—the “consumerization of enterprise technology” and, in contrast, “the enterprising of consumer technology.” These trends are revising the definition of who qualifies today as a technology elite. The seventeen case studies and four guest columns throughout the book bring out these elite attributes in detail."
Several quotes including..."MIS students who avoided any development courses, however, are finding a harder time securing an IT job compared to the CS or engineering students"
Networking Secrets from a Start-Up Entrepreneur, Tampa Bay Innovation Center, Tech Talk, June 2011 (before they started video recording the talks...fortunately)
Fox Business News Cable TV interview - "Best Sectors to Find a Job" (My Cable TV premiere - I'm a Cable TV pundit!!), February 4, 2011
Fritz Eichelberger, a Tampa recruiter and consultant specializing in the tech industry, said demand for certain types of jobs has grown "white hot" since late August. "Some candidates are getting multiple job interviews, multiple job offers," he said. The four areas of demand he's keyed on: technology; interactive marketing; technology sales; and health care compliance, the latter growing because of an initiative to convert to electronic medical records. "Outside of those four key areas, I think it's still a world of pain, unfortunately," Eichelberger said.
"Dont rely on job boards...", Fritz Eichelberger
St. Pete Times - Techies swap schmooze & news, October 2001