Yet another week full of acquisitions and new discoveries – check out what you missed this past week in the world of Technology.
A QA engineer at Spotify, created awesome visuals while reading Continuous Delivery: Reliable Software Releases through Build, Test, and Deployment Automation. They’re so good, you’re going to want to print them out and frame them on your wall.
This video walks through the humble beginnings of Google and the process that took them from college dorm room discoverers to one of the most iconic companies known around the world.
During one of Netflix’s internal hack day competitions, one engineering team used a wearable technology activity tracker to determine when someone fell asleep while watching a movie or a TV show on Netflix.
With a recent massive $19 billion acquisition for Facebook, many are wondering Mark Zuckerberg’s motives, but maybe he sees something we don’t.
Apple, Google, Yahoo, Amazon and Facebook have been on a similar rampage in taking on some newbies to expand their companies and outgrow competition. This article breaks down size, frequency and focus of the past 15 years of acquisitions among these companies.