As recently as a decade ago, most computer science graduates from UW-Madison headed for places like California, Seattle or Austin, Texas to find work.

But that’s changed in the past five years or so, says Mark Hill, chairman of the university’s computer science department. Now, nearly 25 percent of those grads stay in the Badger State to work for companies like Epic, Google and even small startups, he said at a Wisconsin Innovation Network luncheon in Madison. California now comes in a distant second place at around 14 percent. Read the full WisBusiness story here.