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There is a dearth of women entrepreneurs in India. This is about to change, as funding, incubation, and mentoring support in the tech ecosystem becomes more gender-inclusive.
There's a right way and a wrong way to choose a portfolio of programming languages to use. Here's guidance for cloud developers on the following the right way.
Do you have a bit of IT budget money you may lose as the calendar year ends? Here are a few ideas for how to use those remaining funds to make small improvements that can have a bi...
For early stage startups, accelerators and incubators offer great ways to grow their businesses. Here are some of the key differences between a startup accelerator and a startup in...
SumAll CEO Dane Atkinson talks about a data freshness approach: targeted responses for high conversion, then over time aligning with market changes and staying on top of patterns.
The CEO of Food+Tech Connect, Danielle Gould, talks to TechRepublic about creating a better future for food with technology and launching an idea that no one believed in.
GE has launched FirstBuild, a microfactory and open community space in Louisville, Kentucky for students, makers, and engineers to co-create the smart appliances of the future.
Jack Wallen puts an Android developer on the hot seat and receives some very enlightening responses. If you've ever considered developing for Android, this is a must-read.
Startup Weekend is a weekend-long experience where developers, designers, and would-be entrepreneurs get together, pitch ideas, build teams, and try out the startup life.
Once upon a time, says Owen Rogers of 451 Research, cloud computing promised straightforward, on-demand pricing for resources. Things have become a little more complex.