Startups grow out of ideas. However, one can quickly expand into many, all pulling in different directions and generating noise that can make it hard to stay focused in the right places. The aim is to be open to all of them but strict when it comes to deciding which ones make the cut for first release.
Published on 11 Jan 2022, By Evridiki Christodoulou.
In episode #67 of Two Minute Tuesday, Evridiki introduces WebAssembly and talks about its goals and its ability to run code on the web written in multiple languages at near-native speed; while being secure, efficient and portable.
In episode #65 of Two Minute Tuesday, Sam has an EXCLUSIVE first look at GitHub CoPilot, an artificial intelligence tool developed by GitHub and OpenAI to assist users of Visual Studio Code, Neovim, and JetBrains by autocompleting code.
Data is everywhere - but more often than not it can be overwhelming to find, format and use. In this article, Dulcie introduces you to some great open data sources, and give a few examples of how you could use voting and democracy data to level up your next project.
Knowing how to turn your venture into an investment magnet is key to getting the attention of the right type of investor while never feeling pressured to settle for a bad fit. So, how do you as a startup founder attract that perfect investor? Hugo presents 6 qualities investors will be looking for in your tech startup.
So you've set up your Jenkins server, and mastered Configuration-as-Code... but now you want to send Slack messages when your builds pass or fail? This tutorial will walk you through exactly that, using JCasC to set up the plugin and manage messaging within your pipelines.