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“ER of the Future” to be Showcased This Week at ACEP’s Annual Meeting

For the first time in its history, the American College of Emergency Physicians will feature a 9,000 square foot, interactive mock emergency department featuring...

Software Engineer II, Nintendo, Oct.10

Who: Nintendo Position: Software Engineer II Where: Seattle Responsibilities: Responsible for developing applications using web technologies for current and future Nintendo platforms, authoring unit tests and prototyping with HTML,...

Mobile Game Developer, DoubleDown Interactive,Oct. 10

Who: Mobile Game Developer Position: DoubleDown Interactive Where: Seattle What: DoubleDown Interactive is a fast growing social games company based in Seattle that develops non-gambling, casino style games on Facebook....

Interactive Designer, Plexipixel, Oct. 10

Who: Plexipixel Position: Interactive Designer Where: Seattle What: Are you the right Interactive Designer for Plexipixel? You are an innovative and creative thinker who can translate ideas and concepts into...

Sesame Communications, Production Artist, Oct. 9

Who: Sesame Communications Position: Production Artist Where: Seattle What: Sesame Communications is seeking a Production Artist with a working understanding of layout and CSS/PHP/HTML implementation. This position takes instructions from a...

2013 Search Engine Ranking Factors Reported by moz.com

Every two years, Seattle search engine analysts and search software tools providers MOZ.com (formerly the SEOmoz-sters) tabulate, correlate, aggregate and independently weight the independent Search Engine Ranking Factors that...

“Bing Offers” Tests Credit Card Links in Seattle

Google Wallet? Apple Passbook? How about the wallet and credit cards you already carry in your purse or pocket? Can they be connected to...

Wa Health Plan Exchange Website Buckles, Wrangles with Domain Name Dispute

In the "other" Washington, the one that is temporarily shuttered at this moment in time, the debate ties our nation's economic comeback and unemployment...