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Open hybrid cloud: when open really means open

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Not everyone that claims “openness” in cloud computing is really “open.” Innovation in cloud computing is dominated by open-source software today, which is great news for companies looking to build clouds from open-source components, as there’s a wealth of projects to choose from. However integration is a challenge and creating...
Open hybrid cloud: when open really means open

Music sharing app SoundShare hopes to be what Apple's Ping should have been

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Brazilian app SoundShare is a social network that provides users with an easy way to share the music they like. In addition, it also offers a private API that could be used by music streaming services such as Pandora and Rdio. The best way to get started with SoundShare is to connect...
Music sharing app SoundShare hopes to be what Apple's Ping should have been

This 28-Year-Old Entrepreneur Just Left His Red-Hot Startup To Do It All Again

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Justin Kan already has quite the track record. He's run two companies through Y Combinator. His second, Justin.tv, has turned into a runaway success since rebranding to Twitch.tv. Its traffic has doubled in the past six months. It now has more than 16 million unique visitors every month. Now...
This 28-Year-Old Entrepreneur Just Left His Red-Hot Startup To Do It All Again

Why Is Vocational Evangelism on the Decline?

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Why Is Vocational Evangelism on the Decline?

The Consumerization Of IT: 7 Ways To Seize The Business Opportunity

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Guest author Christian Buckley is product evangelism director at Axceler, a designer of collaboration solutions. Users have wrested more control from the information technology department than ever before. Now that they have become tech-savvy in their off-hours, they're demanding work products with the same degree of usability as their...
The Consumerization Of IT: 7 Ways To Seize The Business Opportunity

Guest Post: It's a mobile first world, here's what developers need to do to win

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Editor’s note: Today’s guest post comes Quinton Wall, director of platform technical evangelism at Salesforce. Despite all of the hype around mobile computing, I think too many are underestimating the impact of mobile. That’s right: underestimating the mobile transformation underway. Maybe not in the near term, but definitely over the long...
Guest Post: It's a mobile first world, here's what developers need to do to win

Microsoft's Steven Guggenheimer: Steven Sinofsky Is A "Phenomenal Visionary" - Will Be Missed At Microsoft

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At LeWeb Paris this morning, Microsoft’s corporate vice president for its Developer & Platform Evangelism Group, just took the stage to discuss the state of the Windows 8 developer ecosystem and Microsoft in general with Techonomy Media‘s Founder & CEO David Kirkpatrick. Guggenheimer has now spent more than 18 years...
Microsoft's Steven Guggenheimer: Steven Sinofsky Is A "Phenomenal Visionary" - Will Be Missed At Microsoft

As Google I/O Approaches, Microsoft Hires A High-Profile Team To Attract Outside Developers

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Just before Google I/O, Microsoft is making a big pitch for developers with a high-profile announcement about a new team that will focus on building outside interest in app development on the Azure platform. The group,  which will have a base in San Francisco, is part of the Developer and...
As Google I/O Approaches, Microsoft Hires A High-Profile Team To Attract Outside Developers

ReadWrite Mix: Guy Kawasaki Talks Apple, Google & The Book Business

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The second ReadWrite Mix was a riot. Dan Lyons interviewed former Apple evangelist, current unofficial Google evangelist, tech entrepreneur and prolific author Guy Kawasaki. Hilarity ensued. ~@guykawasaki and @realdanlyons practicing their shtick. #readwritemix twitter.com/RWW/status/279... -- ReadWrite (@RWW) December 13, 2012 Working At Apple, Living With Google Dan asked Guy about...
ReadWrite Mix: Guy Kawasaki Talks Apple, Google & The Book Business

Twilio’s European March Continues With Its First Full-Time Hire Outside The U.S. [And Telefonica Loses One]

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Twilio, developer of a VoIP API that is used by companies like eBay, Airbnb and Hulu to add voice services into their consumer apps, has been adding support for European countries as part of its expansion strategy, first the UK and then Austria, Denmark, France, Ireland and Poland. Now Twilio...
Twilio’s European March Continues With Its First Full-Time Hire Outside The U.S. [And Telefonica Loses One]

Wefunder Raises $500K To Help Unaccredited Investors Put Money Into Startups

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Another crowd funding startup has entered the mix, and is announcing funding today (which was raised via its own platform, of course). Crowd investing startup Wefunder is announcing a $530,000 seed round from just under 60 investors, over half of whom are unaccredited. Nihal Mehta, Jim Pallotta, Dharmesh Shah, and...
Wefunder Raises $500K To Help Unaccredited Investors Put Money Into Startups

Best landlord ever makes sign to discourage door to door evangelism

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Best landlord ever makes sign to discourage door to door evangelism
How every smartphone could become a Facebook phone
Pope calls for evangelism on social networks

Intel: The iPad Isn’t New, and This Isn’t Our First Rodeo

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While the iPad fervor has died down to a certain extent (and the shine has started to come off the Apple), from time to time you can see the religious nature of people’s iPad evangelism come out. Take for instance, today, a throwaway article that showed up today Computerworld:...
Intel: The iPad Isn’t New, and This Isn’t Our First Rodeo

ReadWrite Mix: Guy Kawasaki on Android vs. iPhone [Video]

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Though Guy Kawasaki basically invented Apple evangelism, now he's an Android devotee. At last week's ReadWrite Mix event, Kawasaki explains his technology choices to ReadWrite editor-in-chief Dan Lyons....
ReadWrite Mix: Guy Kawasaki on Android vs. iPhone [Video]

Microsoft's BUILD 2012 developer conference is now open for registrations

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Microsoft revealed full details of its annual BUILD developer conference a couple of weeks back, with the 2012 event running from October 30 – November 2 at its campus in Redmond, Washington. If you’re keen to attend and can stomach the $1595 fee (rising to $2095 if you’re not an...
Microsoft's BUILD 2012 developer conference is now open for registrations

From SOA to PaaS: How to create enterprise architectures in the cloud

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There are those who believe that cloud computing means we can avoid traditional best practices. They think they can avoid a solid foundation in architecture planning. As cloud systems are created, we find that nothing is further from the truth. Lessons learned from the use of SOA and other architectural...
From SOA to PaaS: How to create enterprise architectures in the cloud

Come Meet Guy Kawasaki At Our Next ReadWrite Mix

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No doubt you've heard of Guy Kawasaki. He first became famous as an Apple evangelist. In fact he's the guy who more or less invented the idea of brand evangelism. Since then he's published 11 books, including the best-selling Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds and Actions, and launched...
Come Meet Guy Kawasaki At Our Next ReadWrite Mix

Google+ Goes Looking For Love

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An interview with Google's senior vice president for engineering, Vic Gundotra, about Google's social network Google+ has become a conversation about ... the meaning of life. Vic Gundotra "If we step back and look at the core problems humanity faces, people just aren't connected to their passions. But if you...
Google+ Goes Looking For Love
How Mark Zuckerberg got his pre-IPO groove back
Valve urges users to get Ubuntu and join Linux beta for Steam

A Day in the Life of a Developer Evangelist

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In the past two years, the explosion in web technologies and apps has created a new profession: It’s called Developer Evangelism, and it’s seriously awesome. “It is an incredible job – although you still have to explain to a lot of people what you do,” says Christian Heilmann, the Principal...
A Day in the Life of a Developer Evangelist

Renewed Evangelism: BloggerCon Format

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Ask anyone who was at BloggerCon I and II to explain the format that evolved there, and you're likely to see their eyes light up, as they wave their hands, but until you've experienced it, they'll just be words. I hope to renew the evangelism for this format while I'm...
Renewed Evangelism: BloggerCon Format
CEO Supper Club: Why Airbnb has absolutely dominated the sharing economy
Selling Windows Phone: Microsoft's Ben Rudolph on why iPhone and Android users will love and buy his device
Sculpting with Play-Doh vs. Legos and the decline of cloud flexibility
Is Keith Rabois sick of being Silicon Valley's consummate No. 2?

Microsoft's BUILD 2012 developer conference kicks off October 30, 1 week after Windows 8 goes on sale

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The full details of Microsoft’s BUILD developer conference have finally been announced for 2012. The annual event will run from October 30 – November 2 at Microsoft Campus in Redmond, Washington. And it’s no coincidence that the conference is taking place the week after Windows 8 goes on sale on...
Microsoft's BUILD 2012 developer conference kicks off October 30, 1 week after Windows 8 goes on sale

Mark Heesen: "VCs have increasingly worked themselves out of a job." What the next head of the NVCA needs to know

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Everyone has to be a nerd about something. For some people, it’s math. For others, it’s baseball stats. For me, it’s venture capital. I may have been the only person who gasped last week when I read in my email that Mark Heesen– head of the National Venture Capital Association...
Mark Heesen: "VCs have increasingly worked themselves out of a job." What the next head of the NVCA needs to know
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