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Abinash Tripathy is CEO and co-founder of Helpshift. When Donald Trump won the election, many in Silicon Valley were flummoxed: How could a bigoted billionaire with no government experience and a twitchy Twitter trigger finger win the U.S. presidential election?
The 10th Annual Crunchies is fast approaching, and production puzzle pieces are falling into place. Given our setting at the War Memorial Opera House in San Francisco, we plan on enjoying some operatic entertainment as part of the awards show.
Max Friefeld, Jonathan Schwartz, and Oliver Ortlieb arent just co-founders theyre roommates. These three formerMakerbot employees are working on creating Voodoo Manufacturing, an effort to combine software and hardware to build a new-age robotic factory.
TechCrunch is pleased to offerMicrosoft Accelerators LondonDemo Day today at 4:00p.m. GMT, 8:00 a.m. PST.
As a process development engineer, Ryan Chan was used to trying to make incremental improvements to the development process in manufacturing. Those changes would improve efficiency by around one to three percent, which would net hundreds of thousands of dollars, but Chan wanted to figure out how to get things moving even more efficiently.
Snap the makers of Snapchat had confidentially filed for its IPO late last year, but it looks like well be getting a look at the inner guts of the companys financials and workings as early as late next week. The company will file publicly for its initial public offering late next week, according to a new report from Kara Swisher over at Recode.
Education tech startup Teachable (formerly known as Fedora) has raised $4 million in a Series A round of funding according to CEO and founder Ankur Nagpal. The company provides a platform thats like a Shopify or a SquareSpace for tutors or teachers.
Welcome to the Jungle isnt yet another recruitment company that is going to automagically find the perfect engineer for your startup. Its a media company that wants to make recruitment sexy again.
In preparation for Disrupt New York in May Im going to hold a few pitching workshops in New York for you all. Well listen to and critique 10 pitches on January 25 at 6:30pm at the Knotel space at 22 West 38th Street, 3rd Floor.
Jeremy Bailey is the creative director of FreshBooks. Ive found that the most valuable design tool in the 21st century is rather old-fashioned: customer feedback.