"Synergy" is one of the cheesiest words in the corporate lexicon. But when you're both the chairman of Twitter and the CEO of one of the most-watched commerce startups around, synergy isn't a bad place to aim.
As mobile development grows bigger more libraries are created. Utility, payment, ad network, social media and many other libraries are available for app developers to use. It’s not easy to create a well-designed, consistent and easy to use library.
Looking into a heavy topic today: Big Data for Marketing. "Heavy" because it's sorta philosophical. I think Big Data for Marketing is more about the questions than the answers. More about the insights than the technology.
Last week, I had the pleasure of speaking with Stephen Smith (@AgileSteveSmith) at qCon New York. We each presented in the Continuous Delivery... See it on Scoop.it, via I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.
We are in one of the most interesting and disruptive eras of business change the world has known. The landscape and competitive environment is evolving at rates we have not seen before, and it’s only going to accelerate.
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