09/07/2018

Weekly News Recap #2

News about Microsoft and Google bidding for GitHub, a web-based development platform that allows it’s users to build software, manage projects, host and review code and so much more, have been circulating the web for a while now. Chris Wanstrath, GitHub founder, reportedly preferred to go with Microsoft’s bid due to his close relations with the CEO Satya Nadella. In the last few years,
13/07/2018

8 Instagram Mistakes We all Make

Not having a definitive purpose for your Instagram. This particular mistake involves a bit of philosophy within itself. But, in truth, having figured out what you want to gain from this social site, can help clear up in which direction one should move, if of course move at all. Because for example you can run your Instagram account like a life album, and that means you won’t want any movement at all.
16/07/2018

Weekly News Recap #3

In their latest move to develop more consumer hardware, Facebook poached a top Google chip developer, Shahriar Rabii, to help them build their very own silicon. Facebook is following the example of many tech giants that are bringing chip design in-house rather than relying on big-name suppliers like Intel and Qualcomm. The new chips will potentially replace Qualcomm’s own, currently used in Facebook’s
27/07/2018

Weekly Heroes – Brian Halligan

The successful entrepreneur and author Brian Halligan has founded the infamous Hubspot, an inbound marketing and sales software company that has raised more than $100 million in funding, gone public, and brought in $82.3 million in total revenue in Q1 of this year. After earning a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Vermont, a Halligan graduated with a master’s degree in 2005 from M.I.T...