Blockchain venture capital firm invests $110M in startups
Monday, April 18, 2022 by Richard Harris
gumi Cryptos Capital (gCC), the blockchain-focused venture capital firm, has announced the completion of raising its second blockchain-focused early-stage fund on the strength of the performance of its initial $21 million USD gCC Fund I that backed seed stage founders.
Blockchain venture capital firm gumi Cryptos Capital raises $110M to invest in blockchain startups
SaaS company receives $27M in funding
Monday, November 15, 2021 by Christian Hargrave
Swimm announced a $27.6 million Series A funding round to enable engineering teams to create documentation that is always up to date. The round, which brings Swimm's total funding to $33.3 million, was led by New York-based global venture capital and private equity firm Insight Partners, with participation from Dawn Capital, alongside existing seed investors Pitango...
Bluebird Network now hosts two Internet exchanges
Thursday, November 11, 2021 by Richard Harris
Bluebird Network, a communications infrastructure provider with two data centers, and 10,000 route miles of fiber ranked in the top 1% of Internet Service Providers (ISPs) worldwide, is now the host of two internet exchanges within their discrete data centers at polar ends of the company’s digital footprint. These exchanges allow customers to offload traffic, incr...
Nylas expands operations in Europe
Wednesday, November 3, 2021 by Richard Harris
Nylas announced that one of Europe and the world’s leading e-commerce platforms have selected Nylas to quickly, securely, and automatically connect real-time communications data into their application. With Nylas’s Email and Neural APIs, this fintech enterprise can more intelligently extract and structure data from the more than 2 million transactions on the...
Best month for unicorn businesses in America
Monday, November 1, 2021 by Russ Scritchfield
Data from the past 11 years shows that the month of May has the most number of startups attaining the status of unicorn business in America at 47.
In contrast, November is the month which has seen the least number of startup businesses become unicorns in America at 20.
In America, the five industries which produced the most unicorn businesses were: internet softwa...
Speakers announced for DevOps Enterprise Summit London 2020
Tuesday, February 11, 2020 by Brittany Hainzinger
IT Revolution announced the first round of speakers for DevOps Enterprise Summit London. The event is hosted at the Intercontinental London - the O2 from 23-25 June. It is the premier conference for technology leaders at large, complex organizations that are implementing DevOps principles and practices in the UK and Continental Europe. Blind Bird registration is availab...
Top 10 developer technologies in 2019
Thursday, October 24, 2019 by Richard Harris
Pluralsight, Inc. announced that it has expanded its Technology Index tool to address the most in-demand technologies for IT operations, information security, and data professionals in addition to the previously existing ranking of top in-demand software developer languages.
In-demand technologies according to Technology Index
Pluralsight's expanded ...
Speakers and agenda for DevOps Enterprise Summit 2019
Wednesday, August 28, 2019 by Richard Harris
IT Revolution released its full conference agenda, and next round of business and technology leaders presenting at DevOps Enterprise Summit Las Vegas 2019. Hosted at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas from October 28-30, DevOps Enterprise Summit is an industry conference for business and technology leaders to learn how to develop and deploy software faster and to win in...
The top programming languages used by US unicorn companies
Thursday, July 18, 2019 by Richard Harris
Coding Dojo has released research into the programming and software development technologies used at the top privately-held startups in the US valued at over $1 billion, otherwise known as “unicorn” companies. This research includes lists of the most common programming languages, frameworks and database technologies across all 25 unicorns and a breakdown of ...
Document signing API from HelloSign opens rift for disruption
Friday, October 19, 2018 by Christian Hargrave
The corporate world has came a long way from the days without computers. Today, however, many business processes can’t even be done without the assistance of some sort of machine. In fact, adopting new technologies that make businesses more efficient and secure is causing an arms race amongst the big names. It’s only natural then that the old pen and pa...
Making apps by collaborating and sharing the profits
Monday, September 24, 2018 by Richard Harris
Everyone has a project idea but most of them never go anywhere because getting all of the resources together to pull it off seems monumental. You might be a developer, but your not a designer. Or you might be a good marketer, but you have no sense of business.
For the past 12 months Crowdsourcer.io has been working on a web platform where people can collaborate on pr...
Creating apps for iPhone X with newly opened doors
Tuesday, October 17, 2017 by Evan Rosenbaum
Over the past ten years of new iPhones, Apple has introduced features - some with little fanfare and others as marquee parts of the new phones - which cause a seismic shift in user behavior. Shifts in user behavior create opportunities for app developers to create enduring brands and experiences.The Apps of TomorrowAn analysis of some of these features and the enduring ...
IRIS.TV and Unicorn Media Partner to Serve and Monetize Video Ads and Content Utilizing Native Mobile Video Players
Wednesday, October 16, 2013 by Richard Harris
A new partnership between IRIS.TV and Unicorn Media allows publishers to dynamically serve video ads to all IP-enabled devices and enables them to deliver personalized video streams to any platform, while utilizing the native mobile video player. The services are compatible with any video delivery or consumer device and do not require SDKs or plug-ins.