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Are you sure you know what you need to succeed? When I started working in software 11 years ago, I built the innovative applications my clients said they wanted. I quickly learned that even though they typically knew their industry, they didn’t know what they needed out of their software. It’s not a dig. It’s...
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Marketing, as We Know It, Is Dead Recently, I’ve had the honor of talking with multiple marketing leaders in Silicon Valley. As a millennial, I like to take these opportunities and try to learn about where the tech industry has come from and where it’s going. I make it a point to ask a simple question:...
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How the Best Product Owners Use Data to Build the Best Products Ever wondered how some companies consistently build features that you couldn’t live without but never knew you needed? It seems like magic, some sort of product manager voodoo that can only be tapped if your last name is Zuckerberg, Spiegel, Hansson, or Dorsey. The rest...
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If you’ve spent any amount of time in tech circles, you’ve heard the term agile being thrown around. The term originated as a software development methodology focusing on rapid iterations, simplified communications, flexible roadmaps, and the ability to move quickly and easily through product versions, updates, and releases. Agile is primarily a mindset backed up...
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If the tech industry invents the future, why does it look so much like the past? We’re talking about the lack of women in computer science.
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We’re investing in Cincinnati’s startup ecosystem with leaders from all over the Tri-State. There’s a new startup accelerator launching in Cincinnati called OCEAN, and I’m pleased to announce that Mindbox will be partnering with them to help startups get off the ground successfully. I know two of the three founders really well, and I believe the...
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