- Technology Editor, Enterprise Group, Questex Media Asia.
- First joined CWHK in 2002, he then left for Bangkok in 2003 where he wrote a column (“Broadband Culture”) for the Bangkok Post, rejoining CWHK as Assistant Editor in mid-2004 after the publication was acquired by Advanstar (now Questex).
- Promoted to Editor of Computerworld Hong Kong in 2006.
- Winner: Best Business Technology Journalist (awards ceremony sponsored by Singapore-based Media Connect Asia) 2006. Won the same award in 2007 for the second year in a row (the only two years it was given out).
- Started his career in the IT department for California State Automobile Association in the early 90s. He was editor for Hong Kong-based China Trend Building Press, then moved to asia.internet.com, and then served as Channel Producer for DotMedia Studios until the company folded in late 2000.
- Hammond has written extensively about Hong Kong films, including two books for major US publishers. He has written about enterprise storage, security, operating systems, open source, IT in Macau, Web 2.0, corporate blogging, Hong Kong government tech initiatives, etc. His latest non-Questex writing is a short story contributed to "Shaken: Stories for Japan" (2011): an e-book published by Amazon with all proceeds going to Japan disaster relief.
- Hammond has moderated private roundtable-discussions and public panel-discussions in Hong Kong, Macau and Jakarta.