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The Washington Post opens Reston, Virginia software development office

New space gives The Post a footprint in the D.C. region’s tech corridor

The Washington Post today announces it has opened a satellite development center in Reston, Virginia. The new office is a modern software development workspace that fosters collaboration and innovation. It is also located within walking distance to the Reston Metro stop and offers free parking.

“Engineering is a critical part of The Washington Post today. We have software developers and designers embedded with our journalists and our sales teams, creating an environment that fosters rapid experimentation and invention,” said Shailesh Prakash, Chief Information Officer at The Post. “This office will ensure that we provide a convenient center of innovation for our many talented engineers and designers who live in Northern Virginia and also help us attract the best technology talent the region has to offer.”

The development office will accommodate about 40 employees in 5,000 square feet. It is located at 1840 Michael Faraday Drive in Reston, VA.