SD Times is a leading voice for the software development industry. With a mix of news, news analysis and features, it should be the first place you tell your story.

Our primary focus is to inform our readers about the latest news within our industry, and what that news means for enterprise software development managers and test and QA managers.

Coverage on depends on a news item’s relevance to our audience and its timeliness.

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Submitting News

News about your company, products and people should be sent to editor-in-chief David Rubinstein at Your news does not need to be presented as a formal press release, and there is no standard format that we require for letting us know about news.

Due to the amount of news being generated by the software development industry, SD Times is not able to pursue every news item submitted by companies in our market, and cannot always acknowledge receipt of your press release or news announcement.

SD Times prefers to be pre-briefed, whenever possible, about upcoming news, so our reporting can be as timely as possible. The ideal lead time for a prebriefing is a week prior to your release date.

SD Times 100

Each spring, SD Times recognizes the companies, organizations and individuals that demonstrated the greatest innovation and leadership during the previous year. Learn more here.

Editorial Beats

The software development industry is tremendously interconnected, and therefore, editorial beats on SD Times are somewhat loosely defined. Also, because news isn’t always spread evenly across beats, the editors and reporters of SD Times often work across other beats.

Here’s a rough guide to coverage areas. If you are not certain who to contact, start with David Rubinstein.

David Rubinstein –
Business development
Mergers and acquisitions
Value stream management

Jenna Barron –
Low code

Jakub Lewkowicz –

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