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Udacity Nanodegree Programs

Udacity is education with an end goal: you, in demand. A Nanodegree program is how you get there. It is both curriculum and credential, built in partnership with leading edge companies like Google, AT&T, Autodesk, Cloudera, Salesforce, Amazon, Facebook, and more. We believe there is no better way to establish your hireability and demonstrate your […]

Reposted from Noah Kagan from OkDork.com A few weeks ago someone sent me a link to the BuzzSumo website. It is a gold mine of data regarding what content is the most shared across any topic. Cha-Ching. So I reached out to the company to help understand what the main ingredients for insanely shareable content […]

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The Premier Enterprise Demo conference for IT professionals and executives on the continent. Tech Demo Africa 2014 will attract a truly international gathering of key industry influencers.  This inspiring event will feature cutting-edge demos, engaging keynotes, lively panel discussions and noted local and international speakers, along with an amazing technology exhibition area. With over 200 […]

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Started by online marketing guru, former Facebook product manager and serial entrepreneur Noah Kagan, App Sumo offers daily deals on premium software and web services.  For bootstrapping tech entrepreneur, these deals can save you cash so you have more to spend on engineers. It’s also worth keeping an eye on Noah Kagan as he’s got some great […]

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The Age of Big Data

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GOOD with numbers? Fascinated by data? The sound you hear is opportunity knocking. Mo Zhou was snapped up by I.B.M. last summer, as a freshly minted Yale M.B.A., to join the technology company’s fast-growing ranks of data consultants. They help businesses make sense of an explosion of data — Web traffic and social network comments, […]

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Most teenagers will find any reason under the sun not to do their homework. But 16-year-old South Londoner Nick D’Aloisio’s excuse is better than most – he has been busy developing an app which has made international headlines and attracted a big investment from a Hong Kong-based billionaire. Summly is an iPhone app which summarises […]

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We’re a tight-knit group working out of a funky office in SF. We dream up internet projects then put our code where our mouth is and put them out into the wild. We’re not scared of failure; in fact we can be quite good at it. Our objective is to have fun, build something cool […]

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He might have been content simply to teach thousands of university students in Uganda how to use computers, assemble them into networks, manage them and write basic software programs. In a poor African country with one of the world’s fastest-growing populations and rising Internet use, that alone would have been an enormous achievement. But Venansius […]

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Google’s Interactivism is back with all new partners and a new challenge for you. Google and FutureGov have joined forces with practical think tank, the RSA and some brilliant young people from the South London youth communications agency, Livity. For round two, Interactivism: Young People’s Hack Weekend is all about finding a NEET solution (pun […]

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Good bye, Google Maps… thanks for all the fish TL;DR: We at StreetEasy decided to build our own maps using, among other tools, OpenStreetMap, TileMill, MapBox and Leaflet, instead of paying hundreds of thousands of dollars per year to Google. And yes, the money pushed us into doing it, but we’re happier with the result […]

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