Sourcingmag.com’s article about the San Diego company that will be putting a 600-person international team of technical professionals in a ship off the coast of California has garnered a certain amount of attention on the Web. Now the story is hitting the airwaves, when the public radio program Marketplace broadcasts a feature by reporter Matthew Algeo about SeaCode’s plans. That will broadcast this afternoon and evening on a multitude of radio stations. You can go here to find out when it’ll run on a station you listen to.
I’ll be tuning in on station KQEI at 89.3 in Sacramento at 4 p.m. today.
SeaCode’s Web site still doesn’t seem to be up, but if you want to learn more about their operation’s, you can email [email protected].
Plus, if you want to learn more about the operation, you can check out Linda Briggs’ coverage in Application Development Trends here: