Anders Ohlsson Joins WideOrbit to Lead Radio Traffic Technical Product Management

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San Francisco - Aug 28, 2013 - WideOrbit has appointed Anders Ohlsson as technical product manager, WO Traffic for Radio, the company's advertising sales, traffic and billing system for radio stations.

Ohlsson is a seasoned software engineer with more than 26 years of experience. He is a respected conference speaker, frequent webinar host and avid technical writer and blogger. An expert coder in many software languages, Ohlsson is highly proficient in Delphi, the programming language used in several WideOrbit products. Most recently, Ohlsson was staff engineer for the developer relations team at Embarcadero Technologies where he managed all aspects of the company's developer and technical partner programs, including the Developer Network website and even top-tier customer support. Ohlsson also curated and hosted developer conferences, technical webinars, numerous technical articles and blogs. Prior to Embarcadero, Ohlsson held key engineering positions at Borland Software Corporation, CodeGear (Borland's subsidiary) and Inprise Corporation. Ohlsson was also research engineer for the Defense Research Institute in Stockholm, Sweden.

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