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Industry Spotlight: 20 Questions with Jim Wieland, Founder and CEO of JW Software

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02/08/16  Interview  0 comment(s) 

Industry Spotlight: 20 Questions with Jim Wieland, Founder and CEO of JW Software
It's amazing how closely Jim's and my careers have been. We both started out as programmers and once we got into a project for the comp industry we made it a life-long career. Jim has great insight - into the industry and how to solve problems from a software perspective. I hope you all enjoy this interview as much as I did. Here's my interview with Jim Wieland, Founder and CEO of JW Software:   1. Where did you go to school and what did you study? I received a BS degree in Management Information Services at the University of Missouri. 2. What was...

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