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Andrew Binstock Named Executive Editor of Dr. Dobb’s

SAN FRANCISCO Jan. 19, 2011 Andrew Binstock

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Binstock will lead Dr. Dobb’s editorial mission across all of the property’s products. Through digital media, virtual events, online and print products, Dr. Dobb’s provides developers a vision of what "can be done," balanced with practical, real-world technical insight into the architectures, platforms and languages that define the market.  Dr. Dobb’s is part of UBM TechWeb’s InformationWeek Business Technology Network.  

After several years as a software developer, Binstock covered application and software development, for multiple publications, while serving as a judge for Dr. Dobb’s Jolt Awards for more than 15 years.  Most recently, Binstock was a columnist for SDTimes and a senior contributing editor at InfoWorld, where he analyzed market trends and performed reviews of enterprise development products.  Earlier, he headed technology forecasts at PricewaterhouseCoopers.

About Dr. Dobb’s

Dr. Dobb’s is the most respected development-focused brand helping software development professionals make the right decisions for their businesses.  Dr. Dobb’s enables developers to think of new and dynamic ways to create business-focused solutions while balancing "what can be developed" with practical, real-world analysis on how architectures, platforms, and languages  work together optimally. Dr. Dobb’s gives developers the breadth and depth of content they need to make smart decisions, by focusing on the tools, technologies, people, products and services that are transforming the software development marketplace.

About InformationWeek Business Technology Network

The InformationWeek Business Technology Network provides IT executives with unique analysis and tools that parallel their work flow—from defining and framing objectives through to the evaluation and recommendation of solutions. Anchored by InformationWeek, the multimedia powerhouse that looks across the enterprise, the network scales across the most critical technology categories with online properties such as (security), (networking and communications) and (cloud computing). The network also provides focused content for key IT targets, such as CIOs, developers, and SMBs via InformationWeek Global CIO, Dr. Dobb’s and InformationWeek SMB, as well as vital vertical industries with InformationWeek Financial Services, Government and Healthcare resources. Content is at the nucleus of our information distribution strategy—IT professionals turn to our experts and communities to stay informed, get advice and research technologies to make strategic business decisions.

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