The first step in improving speed is establishing who is responsible for the effort. Other than responsibility, it’s invaluable to gather a diverse group who can contribute unique ideas to the brainstorming and evaluation session (more on that below). By including people from different business areas, you’ll allow knowledge to spread throughout the organisation more freely too.
"The growing presence of Chinese companies will most likely initiate a new software evolution for the web through browsers, PWAs, search engines and geolocated services – and Google (Alphabet) is at the cutting edge of these four fields."
Le point de vue de Frédéric Cavazza sur l'arrivée des PWA mais également sur les évolutions du marché de l'application et des marchés d'applications. Des conclusions auxquelles je n'adhère pas complètement, mais qui sont bien argumentées.
"Nestlé as one of the biggest nutrition, health and wellness groups in the world, is trying to surf on the Chinese consumption wave by being present on the most important e-commerce Chinese market after a slowdown in their growth. Let’s see how they managed to immerse themselves in China with the coffee market example and the latest promotion news on Alibaba e-commerce platform."
"Social media hasn’t just swallowed journalism, it has swallowed everything. It has swallowed political campaigns, banking systems, personal histories, the leisure industry, retail, even government and security. The phone in our pocket is our portal to the world. I think in many ways this heralds enormously exciting opportunities for education, information, and connection, but it brings with it a host of contingent existential risks."
Diaspora, le concurrent libre et transparent de Facebook annoncé comme le messie par certains, est en train de perdre toute chance de réussite : trop d'argent, trop d'attention pointée vers la petite équipe de développeurs et de trop grandes attentes risq