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7 years

Master Social Media Engagement

Social media is all the buzz around...social media. Facebook has 2 billion monthly active users, and generates significant revenue from people browsing and interacting with content in a vertically scrollable list. A feed, so to speak, of posts and information. Realistically, Facebook is only the leader in this race, but there are many more participants.

7 years

Hashing: From Signing to Mining

The process of mining bitcoins is similar to a lottery. Bitcoin miners are competing to produce hashes—alphanumeric strings of fixed length that are calculated from data of an arbitrary length. They are producing the hashes from a combination of three pieces of data: New blocks of Bitcoin transactions; the last block on the blockchain; and a random number. In this article, we will analyse hashing and the digital signature process to understand their use past Bitcoin transaction verification alone. 

7 years

The Next Generation of AR

Augmented Reality is becoming a genuine reality. Several corporations have placed big bets on AR's capabilities to continue to transform human interaction with the digital world, which is still in its early years, but it is growing. 

7 years

The Innovator's Dillema

Over the last year I've had the pleasure of getting an in depth understanding of the product development process at a small startup (just under 4 years old). I've had the chance to get involved in Design Sessions, Market Segmentation, User Journey, Minimum Viable Products (MVP), Unique Selling Propositions (USP) and Value Propositions.

7 years

Should the Ripple be purchased now?

Bitcoin’s share of the crypto universe has dwindled from 93% in 2013 to 47% this year, as many new crypto-currencies have entered the market. 

7 years

Crowd Labelling

In the 21st Century, the Data Science community commonly cited the three main ingredients for developing a good machine learning model: 1. Good quality data, preferably labelled 2. High Power Computing  3. Efficient, Precise and Accurate Algorithms

7 years

Apple's Ultimate Smartphone

In 2007, Steve Jobs announced the original iPhone. It was first portrayed by Jobs as a combination of three revolutionary devices: a widescreen multi touch iPod, a mobile internet browser, and a phone. Repeating three shortening phrases, he then asked: "Are you getting it? ” It was then clear: The iPhone was all these packed into one. This year, Apple celebrates the tenth anniversary of this device by lanching the iPhone X as the company's new flagship device. 

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