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Old 03-06-2009, 08:16 PM
 
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Yeah, I know. Just sayin'. I asked DH when he got home (U of I grad) and he feels as I do.
I don't know either. My brother (who lives in Naperville) has his Master's Degree in Computer Science from U of IL. Has a great job too - in Naperville, not Champaign.
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Old 03-06-2009, 08:18 PM
Status: "60th anniversary of the polio vaccine! Hail to Pitt!" (set 11 days ago)
 
Location: Foot of the Rockies
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I don't know either. My brother (who lives in Naperville) has his Master's Degree in Computer Science from U of IL. Has a great job too - in Naperville, not Champaign.
Yeah, I think Chicago is more the jobs center.
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Old 03-06-2009, 08:28 PM
 
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Kinda curious about this one since I'm going for a visual arts/video game degree. What are the most tech-savvy cities in the US; the ones that fly just under the mainstream?

Like San Francisco and the California coast are chock-full of tech and so is Seattle.

What are the ones that are just as techy or up and coming in the field, like Raleigh, NC? Are there any others?
I wouldn't classify Raleigh as "under the radar" or "up and coming"...Raleigh's Research Triangle and Silicon Valley are the two most prominent high tech R&D centers in the U.S. Some RTP facts:

1. The largest research park in the nation at 7,000 acres.
2. Created in 1959.
3. Employees 52,000 people.
4. Home to over 170 R&D facilities.
5. IBM - 11,000 employees at RTP.
6. GlaxcoSmithKline - 5,000 employess at RTP.


Huntsville is a tech city that I wasn't really aware of until a couple of years ago...I don't know if it was under the radar, but it was certainly under my radar.
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Old 03-11-2009, 12:28 PM
 
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OK, well apparently nothing is under the radar... yes because of the UofI comp sci program and have some job postings from now and then.
it seems obvious from people in the industry that NOTHING is under the radar and is all known about then.
this is for people entering the job market who may not know...thus the post response

Honestly to most people I believe the cities I mentioned are under the radar, you can choose to disagree, but how about naming some others in the process? None of the major metro areas are under the radar then either, because obviously they are major metro areas.

The ones I mentioned are smaller cities with high tech sectors
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Old 03-11-2009, 01:53 PM
 
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OK, well apparently nothing is under the radar... yes because of the UofI comp sci program and have some job postings from now and then.
it seems obvious from people in the industry that NOTHING is under the radar and is all known about then.
this is for people entering the job market who may not know...thus the post response

Honestly to most people I believe the cities I mentioned are under the radar, you can choose to disagree, but how about naming some others in the process? None of the major metro areas are under the radar then either, because obviously they are major metro areas.

The ones I mentioned are smaller cities with high tech sectors
What a snappy response. Just because you're wrong is no reason to get snappy. Again, Research Triangle Park is the largest in the U.S. and is well-known internationally. Take a look: The Research Triangle Park

If you think it's the radar, so be it. Keep thinking it if you want to - but you need to adjust your radar if that's the case. I believe I mentioned Huntsville as one that is possibly under the radar. Huntsville Alabama USA - Cummings Research Park

Is that good enough for you?
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Old 03-11-2009, 02:31 PM
 
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What a snappy response. Just because you're wrong is no reason to get snappy. Again, Research Triangle Park is the largest in the U.S. and is well-known internationally. Take a look: The Research Triangle Park

If you think it's the radar, so be it. Keep thinking it if you want to - but you need to adjust your radar if that's the case. I believe I mentioned Huntsville as one that is possibly under the radar. Huntsville Alabama USA - Cummings Research Park

Is that good enough for you?
wasn't referring to yours
i honestly don't care that much, wasn't trying to be snappy... it is the internet ya know :P
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Old 03-11-2009, 02:50 PM
 
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wasn't referring to yours
i honestly don't care that much, wasn't trying to be snappy... it is the internet ya know :P
Oh...nevermind.
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Old 03-11-2009, 05:16 PM
 
Location: In the heights
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Well there's this article from Forbes Top 10 Up-And-Coming Tech Cities

Believe it if you want. I also want to vote Pittsburgh, but the city needs to do something about retaining some of the talent the universities attract. Pittsburgh really has the potential to be something amazing.
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Old 03-11-2009, 06:25 PM
 
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Maybe Syracuse?
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Old 03-11-2009, 08:16 PM
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OK, well apparently nothing is under the radar... yes because of the UofI comp sci program and have some job postings from now and then.
it seems obvious from people in the industry that NOTHING is under the radar and is all known about then.
this is for people entering the job market who may not know...thus the post response

Honestly to most people I believe the cities I mentioned are under the radar, you can choose to disagree, but how about naming some others in the process? None of the major metro areas are under the radar then either, because obviously they are major metro areas.

The ones I mentioned are smaller cities with high tech sectors
What companies are in Champaign besides the U of I, which is not really a company?
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