With HDS buying Pentaho, we look at the BI and data markets, and then discuss Apple Pay and the finer points of task and project management when you’re not a software developer. Get ready for some ranting.
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- Chip Holden is spec’in’ like a boss on TOSCA.
- Come see Coté talk at the Pivotal Roadshows, and check out ChefConf in the new, bigger venue. The little dog will be there!
- HDS buys Pentaho – “On the IT side, HDS plans to integrate Pentaho’s technologies into its own analytics platforms as part of solutions for health care, machine-to-machine computing, public safety, automotive and connected cars, and energy, Eggleston said.”
- Also, turns out OpenText bought Actuate a short while ago! (In Dec 2014 for “approximately $330m.”). TIBCO bought Jaspersoft. Not much left here!
- Prediction: if you want to be in analytics, you’ll need to do a vertical take on it…or be mega-awesome like Tableau. E.g.: Splunk seems to have worked well in applying analytics to a specific vertical.
- DataDog acquired Mortar Data – why do startups need to exist?
- Epic Docker Rant of the Week from Cal Leeming – pot-holes along the upward hype-slope.
- We need more labs, consumer reports style. WiseGate, TrustRadius, Peerlyst.
- Apple Pay reviews. Great idea so far, now if it’ll just be less awkward to use.
- BusyContacts 1.0 is out. From the people who make BusyCal.
- Slack has 500k users now. Also, Slack has a paradigm…100% or bust!
- Coté’s to-do list rant. OmniFocus is good for one person, Trello good for groups. Matt Ray holds up the Kanban book.
- As he gratuitously mentions several times, Coté was on Speaking In Tech this week. If you don’t already subscribe to it, you should: it’s a great weekly tech podcast for our type of people!
- Coté: Nuzzel, it’s not terrible! The Leprechauns of Software Engineering
- Brandon: Death, Sex, and Money podcast.
- Matt: a16z podcast. What makes that one successful? Make it short. Add some interesting analysis sometimes, like Benedict.
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