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Velocity highlights (video bonus!)

By Steve Souders
July 31, 2014

Editor’s note: this post originally appeared on Steve Souders’ blog; it is published here with permission. We’re in the quiet period between Velocity Santa Clara and Velocity New York. It’s a good time to look back at what we saw and look forward …

Velocity highlights (video bonus!)

By Steve Souders
July 31, 2014

Editor’s note: this post originally appeared on Steve Souders’ blog; it is published here with permission. We’re in the quiet period between Velocity Santa Clara and Velocity New York. It’s a good time to look back at what we saw and look forward …

Velocity highlights (video bonus!)

By Steve Souders
July 31, 2014

Editor’s note: this post originally appeared on Steve Souders’ blog; it is published here with permission. We’re in the quiet period between Velocity Santa Clara and Velocity New York. It’s a good time to look back at what we saw and look forward …

Four short links: 12 December 2013

By Nat Torkington
December 12, 2013

iBeacons — Bluetooth LE enabling tighter coupling of physical world with digital. I’m enamoured with the interaction possibilities: The latest Apple TV software brought a fantastically clever workaround. You just tap your iPhone to the Apple TV itself, and it …

Transformative Programming

By Simon St. Laurent
October 16, 2013

“Small pieces loosely joined,” David Weinberger’s appealing theory of the Web, has much to say to programmers as well. It always inspires me to reduce the size of individual code components. The hard part, though, is rarely the “small” – …

Four short links: 5 September 2013

By Nat Torkington
September 5, 2013

Bezos at the Post (Washington Post) — “All businesses need to be young forever. If your customer base ages with you, you’re Woolworth’s,” added Bezos.[...] “The number one rule has to be: Don’t be boring.” (via Julie Starr) How Carnegie-Mellon …

Strata Week: AWS and Rackspace, compared

By Jenn Webb
November 2, 2012

Here are a few stories from the data space that caught my attention this week. Rackspace vs Amazon As Rackspace continues to ramp up its services to compete with Amazon Web Services (AWS) — this week, announcing a partnership with …


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