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Archive for March, 2017
Smashing Magazine, long one of the most highly read publications on the internet about anything and everything web design, is imminently heading for a drastic site redesign. For many years, site visitors have been used to a certain look and feel to the site; certainly, its been part of the Smashing Magazine brand.
Verizon Ventures and R/GA are announcing a new program called the Verizon Media Tech Venture Studio. Stephen Plumlee, R/GAs global COO and managing partner of R/GA Ventures, explainedthat the interactiveagencysventure studios started out similar to other startup accelerator programs, but theyve expanded to provide access to financial capital, creative capital and client relationship capital.
Over the last five years, Node.js1 has helped to bring uniformity to software development. You can do anything in Node.js, whether it be front-end development, server-side scripting, cross-platform desktop applications, cross-platform mobile applications, Internet of Things, you name it.
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Its rare that I quote a companys marketing tagline outright, but PassivDom, makers of an autonomous 3D-printed mobile house, sounds pretty darn rad. The Ukrainian company wants to create mobile homes that can be made anywhere and are completely self-powered.
With its Python Fire library, Google is offering Python developers a mechanism to easily generate command-line interfaces. Newly available via open source, Python Fire turns code into a CLI without developers needing to do any more work, so it’s easier to transition between the Bash Linux CLI and Python.
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Job finder appJob Todayhas inked a new media-for-equity deal worth $35 million. The Luxembourg-based startupisone of several European players seeking to switch CV-style recruitment for blue-collarjobs to a faster, app-based interface that returns results based on location and lets potential recruits and employers connect over mobile chat.
San Francisco-based electric scooter sharing network Scoot tells TechCrunch it plans to share its back-end software with third-party scooter operators in congested cities around the world. The idea, as Scoots founder Michael Keating explained it, is to allow those in other cities who have vehicles tohook into Scoots back-end operation system, allowing them to also run a scooter sharing network in their area.
With Disrupt looming here in New York, we have a bit of a surprise for you this year. In April, well be holding our first-ever TC Takes Manhattan event, complete with the TC Trivia Throwdown!
The Kairos Society isnt just trying to bring the next generation of entrepreneurs together its investing in their companies, too. The organization today announced a seed fund called Kairos Society Ventures, and the portfolio already includes Abaris (which offers a private-sector alternative to social security), Brazilian education startup Me Salva, Colombian transporation startup Mi guila, and Radish, which delivers serialized fiction in mobile apps.