Mark Feffer

Mark Feffer started as a videotape editor back when there was videotape to edit, then joined the news desk at Dow Jones News/Retrieval, the company's first online product. He produced The Wall Street Journal's first multimedia CD-ROMs and published his novel, "September," in 2006. He lives in Pennsylvania with his wife, their fierce terrier, and a schnauzer who wonders why she ever left California. He's a member of the Project Management Institute.
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Tech Pros’ Growing Role: Educators

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The same technical advances that have pushed businesses to reexamine everything from their marketing campaigns to internal processes have also

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Dealing with Sexual Harassment in Tech

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Discussion about the tech industry’s diversity—or lack of it—has largely been numbers-based and corporate-centric. Even as tech companies release breakdowns


The Limits of Responsive Design?

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Few developers today would argue that responsive design is only a “nice to have.” With mobile devices pretty much ubiquitous,

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Are Healthcare IT Certifications Worth It?

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For years, the healthcare industry—whether we’re talking about hospital systems or individual physicians’ groups—has relied on technology to manage patient


5 Ways to Manage Awkward Interviews

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We expect candidates to feel a certain amount of pressure when they sit down for interviews. But that conversation can


Don’t Crack Under Job-Offer Pressure

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The technology industry’s unemployment rate hit 2.4 percent in August, and tech employers are feeling enormous pressure to find tech


How Ex-Felons Can Get Hired in Tech

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Convicted felons face a notoriously difficult challenge in finding work after their release from prison. According to the Center for