Software Developers Association (SDA) Kicks Off Fall Session with Programs Designed to Strengthen South Carolinas IT Workforce

Software Developers Association (SDA) Kicks Off Fall Session with Programs
Designed to Strengthen South Carolina's IT Workforce

Columbia, SC - September 9, 2003 - The Software Developers Association of
the Midlands (SDA) announced its plans and partnerships for strengthening
the information technology workforce throughout South Carolina at its
September meeting. The first phase includes working in conjunction with the
State's universities, technical colleges, and IT companies, to deliver
strong education, consulting, and marketing programs statewide. In addition,
SDA is forming several special interest committees, including one to address
the industry's concerns about offshore outsourcing.

New SDA Partner in Education:
In conjunction with PC Teach IT, the SDA will bring its Taking IT to the
Schools program to K-12th grade students, faculty and parents. The programs
will feature SDA members discussing careers in IT and the value of math and
science studies. Led by Merlin the Mouse, Technology Editor for PC Teach It
Magazine, SDA presenters will explore emerging software development
professions in fields such as biotechnology, nanotechnology and the
information technology industry.

Technical Consulting & Marketing Programs:

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