The engineering story of Strava, from a team of 3 to a breakaway success with Panayiotis Thomakos. We are discussing challenges and solutions and touch topics like monitoring, feature flags, continuous integration, localization (shootout to Transifex) but also team evolution, product management, and data analytics.
There is nothing new under the Sun, the saying goes, and that also holds true for Field Programmable Gate Arrays. FPGAs though are back with a rage, with major cloud vendors offering FPGA-as-a-service and chip manufacturers renewing their interest in the space. Among other facts, Intel acquired Altera for $16B and is now shipping the new Intel Xeon CPUs with an integrated FPGA.
Investing in fat protocols is all the rage in the startup world today. Still, investing in protocols is nothing new. Web 2.0 startups came to life thanks to the Web open & standard (🙏) protocol (HTTP, HTML, CSS, AJAX). Before that, many networking companies bet their existence on the TCP/IP stack, when others put their bets on private non-standard networking protocols that ended up in the trash bin of computer history.
Podcast Episode 13 is out and this time we are hosting Eugenia Giannopoulou & Konstantinos Vougas talking #computational #Genomics processes & applications. We further dive into topics like the toolset bioinformaticians use & opportunities for #startups in the space. We further dive into topics like the toolset bioinformaticians use & opportunities for #startups in the space.