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Whats missing from N26? The company has been slowly but surely building a new bank account from the ground up.
Faster, simpler, more “Pythonic” — those are the rallying cries for each new web framework in the Python ecosystem. There’s nothing wrong with tried-and-true solutions, but the big leap from Python 2 toPython 3 has brought all sorts of potential improvements, including a powerful asynchronous event framework that’s perfect for network libraries.
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Ben Vonwiller is a partner McKinsey. Ajay Agarwal is a managing director at Bain Capital Ventures, where he focuses on early-stage SaaS investing.
In May earlier this year, Snapchat raised around $1.8 billion in a financing round that valued it at around $18 billion and now it looks like that valuation could double in its upcoming IPO. Bloomberg is reporting that Snapchat is looking to raise as much as $4 billion in its initial public offering that could value it as high as $35 billion.
If youve rented an apartment in New York you know how much of a hassle the process is. First you need to find somewhere, then you need to meet the building or landlords strict approval process.
Wait, wait, wait! Before your eyes glaze over at the word slideshow, stay with me for a moment.
Imagine if you could see a map of thecity around you based on the photos that best represent the area.Thats the concept of Streetography, a brand new photography app for iOS launched this week. The app uses various sources of photo content, showing the map of the world around you seen through the lens of photographers whove explored the area before you.
With its latest title, educational game-maker Osmo is tackling a subject thats close to CEO Pramod Sharmas heart entrepreneurship. Co-founded by Sharma and Jrme Scholler (both former Googlers), Osmo makes iPad games that combine touchscreen gameplay with real-world objects and physical activities in front of the screen.
There are more than 30 million research papers out there, and more than 3,000 papers are published every day. Put simply, you havent a chance in hell to readall of them.