Tag: startup

Memcached PHP Applications for Faster Web Apps

Caching is some sort of indispensable feature of most affordable application hosting and swift, low-latency user experiences. In-memory caching is one connected with the most widely put to use techniques, and Memcached’s in-memory caching capabilities are applied by thousands of...

/ 12 November 2020

How to Monitor PHP Error Logs in WordPress and cPanel

PHP error logs are one of the most useful tools for diagnosing web hosting issues. It’s often difficult to find the cause of unexpected behavior in WordPress® and other PHP applications. PHP error logs, including WordPress logs,  can help you...

/ 30 September 2020
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This Is The Single Most Costly Mistake Engineers Make?—?And How To Fix It

Engineers are known for wanting to do things the hard way. We prefer building things from scratch, even if 90% of the technology we need already exists. We like pushing boundaries. And we’re drawn instinctively to complexity. It’s like we...

/ 24 December 2018
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Serverless and startups, the beginning of a beautiful friendship

Guest post by AWS Serverless Hero Slobodan Stojanovi?. Slobodan is the co-author of the book Serverless Applications with Node.js; CTO of Cloud Horizon, a software development studio; and CTO of Vacation Tracker, a Slack-based, leave management app. Slobodan is excited...

/ 19 December 2018
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Got an idea? Translate it into a viable business

Introducing my ultimate product development check-list which helped me and my business partners in creating a state of the art products and services. I love talking about ideas with my friends and business partners. A good idea is the seed...

/ 17 December 2018
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Amazon HQ2 and why every NYC startup should have their own HQ2

I had the opportunity to speak on a panel a few nights ago hosted by Eyal Bino ICONYC labs on the State of NYC Tech in 2018. This couldn’t have been more timely as Amazon officially announced its HQ2 which...

/ 18 November 2018
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Stop measuring R&D planning VS execution. Start measuring team velocity

Most of you know me as a product person, but in the past year-and-a-half, I’ve been leading our R&D team @Bizzabo. Since taking the lead, I’ve searched for the best way to measure R&D team performance in a way that...

/ 14 November 2018
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If You’re Making These 3 Mistakes, Your Company Has Bad Customer Service

I often wonder how people don’t get what great customer service looks like?—?in any business. Think about it. If you go into a restaurant and the host or hostess is on his or her phone, not paying attention, as a...

/ 10 November 2018
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Are Startups Really Innovative?

Innovation. Disruption. Startups. These words have been thrown around so much lately and with such different meanings that they’ve become useless. That’s unfortunate, since budding entrepreneurs need to cut through the hype in order to build sustainable small businesses. Startups...

/ 5 November 2018
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Responding to leads: Are you moving fast enough

A new lead comes in?—?the clock’s ticking. How much time do you have to respond before your lead falls off the radar? Everyone seems to know that, when there’s an opportunity to close a sale, time is of the essence. Yet,...

/ 20 October 2018
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How to Transform and Build a People Platform

To the casual spectator, Facebook is having a terrible year. Besieged by privacy scandals, the company was torn into by Congress, the press, and the public alike. To make things worse, the founders of WhatsApp and Instagram left Facebook in...

/ 18 October 2018
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Wanted: Managed Services for Murdering DevOps

The growth of managed services has provided the developers with cloud-based infrastructure management tools, thus making the DevOps teams obsolete for startups and small businesses. After the introduction of Agile methodology the developers, operations engineers, and QA specialists received powerful...

/ 13 October 2018