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What's Hot in Enterprise IT/VC - Issue #105

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Lots on AI this week - China, enterprise, and Walmart; Github acquisition is code complete; Aaron Lev
 

What's Hot in Enterprise IT/VC

October 27 · Issue #105 · View online
Ed Sim's weekly readings and notes on VC, software, and scaling startups - #enterprise #seed #DeveloperFirst #IntelligentAutomation #DataInfra #Decentralized

Lots on AI this week - China, enterprise, and Walmart; Github acquisition is code complete; Aaron Levie from Box with startup advice and Gmail creator Paul Bucheit on becoming a great engineer, markets gave back all gains for year and Microsoft crushed numbers

Scaling Startups
Aaron Levie
Starting up is the act of doing as many jobs as possible so your company can survive. Scaling is the act of shedding as many jobs as possible so your company can survive.
10:09 PM - 26 Oct 2018
Gmail Creator and YC Partner Paul Buchheit on Joining Google, How to Become a Great Engineer and Happiness - Triplebyte Blog
Enterprise Tech
Pivotal: transactions, Kubernetes, and taking an axe to long term support. – James Governor's Monkchips
Apple’s Tim Cook makes blistering attack on the “data industrial complex” – TechCrunch
Walmart weaves AI into back office |CIO Dive
Fintan Ryan
Containers, kubernetes, serverless - all super interesting bits of tech, but zero value on their own. It’s the app that matters - not the plumbing. Focus on what matters despite the noise and choose what you need to do the job, don’t choose the hype.
11:54 AM - 21 Oct 2018
The Next Tech Talent Shortage: Quantum Computing Researchers - The New York Times
China’s Surveillance State: AI startups, Tech Giants Are At The Center Of The Government's Plan
Cognitive and AI survey | Deloitte Insights
25 Ways A.I. Is Changing Business | Fortune
Markets
Pull request successfully merged. Starting build… | The GitHub Blog
Facebook reportedly aims to buy a 'major' cybersecurity company
Web performance software company Cloudflare readies IPO -sources | Reuters
Microsoft reports $29.1 billion in Q1 2019 revenue: Azure up 76%, Surface up 14%, and Windows up 3% | VentureBeat
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