Coté proposes that there’s three types of apps to pay attention to in enterprises. Or something like that. Also, he has a magical method for doing digital transformation: actually do it. We open up discussing the delightful adventure of doing analyst feature matrixes. Also, some brief discussion of Apple Watches in the impeachment trial.
- The game is won or lost before the spreadsheet it sent.
- Incrementally updating apps, vs. making new businesses (digitizing) - like, maybe there just needs to be more programmers.
- It’s not “stupid,” it’s “antiquated.”
- Don’t make them think it is a big deal, or they’ll be afraid.
- Finding business case loopholes, or ignoring them.
- Can you base practices on loopholers?
- Wearing Apple Watches to senate hearings - a real ok boomer moment - gadgets in meetings in general.
- Audio books.
- I just made myself a sandwich, wow.
Relevant to your interests
- AppSheet. Gesundheit! Oh, we see – it's Google pulling no-code development into a cloudy embrace
- Epic Systems, a major medical records vendor, is warning customers it will stop working with Google Cloud
- Not sure what to think about this.
- Google will have to make clear that it doesn't filch data, agreed on or not.
- Can they ever convince paranoid enterprise buyers that their data will be safe, not from hackers, but from Google?
- Google offers IBM AS/400 apps new home in its cloud
- Google to phase out third-party cookies - does this mean ads will disappear for me, or just that Google and Facebook will be the only ones who can do it?
- Forrester study highlights benefits of Google Anthos hybrid cloud app platform - and same with Pivotal.
- Bad News
- Good News
- Phone Hacking
- Grab Bag
- Istio as an Example of When Not to Do Microservices
- VCs are just tired
- An introduction to VMware vRealize Operations Cloud
- Nearly 200 CEOs just agreed on an updated definition of "the purpose of a corporation"
- 2020: The year of seeing clearly on AI and machine learning
- 2019 CNCF Annual Report - Cloud Native Computing Foundation
- Flow Time - How Fast are We Delivering Business Value? - Tasktop Blog
- DuckDuckGo Traffic
- The billion-dollar battle over .org registry ownership intensifies
- What Senators Wearing Apple Watches During the Impeachment Trial Teach Us About Invisible Tech - seems like an “ok boomer” story.
- Why Texans Love H-E-B So Much
- Travel company’s sneaky ad trick
- Frozen iguanas falling from trees in South Florida
- Sunshine Map
- To Your Brain, Audiobooks Are Not ‘Cheating’
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