Posts Tagged: Android

What’s Behind (and Beyond) Open Source

Did you ever questioned yourself about the very reasons of the Open Source paradigm success? What other fields the collaborative development model is expected to take over, beyond software. To answer these and other questions I felt that Carlo Daffara, a true eminence in the Open Source European landscape, was the right person: come take a look to this fantastic expert talk!

What’s Behind (and Beyond) Open Source

Did you ever questioned yourself about the very reasons of the Open Source paradigm success? What other fields the collaborative development model is expected to take over, beyond software. To answer these and other questions I felt that Carlo Daffara, a true eminence in the Open Source European landscape, was the right person: come take a look to this fantastic expert talk!

Rush Hour - Neta Bartal

The Art of Multitasking

It’s hard to be productive in these interconnected and hyper-interrupted days. Let me share with you my personal advices for an effective task hunting.

Rush Hour - Neta Bartal

The Art of Multitasking

It’s hard to be productive in these interconnected and hyper-interrupted days. Let me share with you my personal advices for an effective task hunting.

How Android did the job

How was 2010 for Android? at the end of the year, Mountain View creature closed the circle with the release of Android 2.3 Gingerbread update that establishes it as the leading platform in mobile industry.

How Android did the job

How was 2010 for Android? at the end of the year, Mountain View creature closed the circle with the release of Android 2.3 Gingerbread update that establishes it as the leading platform in mobile industry.

Interviewing Fabrizio Capobianco: an optimistic Italian

Fabrizio Capobianco is Funambol founder and CEO. For having created an Italian company and then made it the world leader in its industry, for managing the largest open source product in wireless and, most importantly, for its unstoppable optimism about the future of software and services in Italy, he’s an inspiration to many startupper (and wannabe) of the “Bel Paese” and worldwide.

In this interview he talks about Funambol, technology, and Italy. Many useful tips for startuppers

Interviewing Fabrizio Capobianco: an optimistic Italian

Fabrizio Capobianco is Funambol founder and CEO. For having created an Italian company and then made it the world leader in its industry, for managing the largest open source product in wireless and, most importantly, for its unstoppable optimism about the future of software and services in Italy, he’s an inspiration to many startupper (and wannabe) of the “Bel Paese” and worldwide.

In this interview he talks about Funambol, technology, and Italy. Many useful tips for startuppers

Where is the Tablet market going?

I’m not, perhaps you know it, a big fan of Apple. Lately, however, it seems that Cupertino has reached again, as with the iPhone, the usual result: create a product, open a market, consolidate a large chunk of the customers

Where is the Tablet market going?

I’m not, perhaps you know it, a big fan of Apple. Lately, however, it seems that Cupertino has reached again, as with the iPhone, the usual result: create a product, open a market, consolidate a large chunk of the customers