Despite recent growing pains, GitHub remains a leader in the software category thanks to its dedication to its base clientele: coders. How did GitHub manage to find the balance between rapid growth and long-term planning?
GitHub Inc., the web-based repository hosting service designed for developers to store, share, and collaborate on their work, has grown rapidly—and that comes with bottom-line costs. Most recently, as Bloomberg reports, GitHub took a $66 million hit in the first nine months of 2016.
Bringing the different sides of the tech enterprise conversation into dialogue at one innovation-and-growth focused conference was what the brains behind the successful Startupfest were committed to do: and ResolveTO is where that conversation comes alive.
The international vision of Toronto-based company Payment Rails has placed company founders Tim Nixon and Ferhan Patel at the cusp of a new movement: fintech startups who see the opportunity in a worldwide customer base. TechPORTFOLIO spoke to co-founder and CEO Tim Nixon about matching vision with execution on the world fintech stage.
When the ultra-affordable, credit-card sized Raspberry Pi chip first became available in 2012, its potential quickly became clear. Not just an educational tool or a neat toy for hackers to tinker with, this little computer had a big future: five years (and five versions) later, its potential has been realized.
The undeniable business case for startups delivering products and services that speak to the millennial consumer segment is getting stronger by the year.
Savvy startups targeting millenials have recently achieved highly successful funding rounds, thanks to their early success.
Companies relying on real-time analytics to make crucial decisions can’t suffer a slowdown.
Kiwi Wearable Technologies produces intelligent motion capture technology that analyses speed, direction, angle, and torque.