National Instruments Buys Micropross of France for $108 Million

SiliconHills

Micropross, founded in 1979 and based in Lille, France, is an industry leader in supplying software-based test systems for Near Field Communications, smart cards and […] The post National Instruments Buys Micropross of France for $108 Million appeared first on SiliconHills. National Instruments on Tuesday announced the acquisition of Micropross, a French company which makes smart card testing systems.

3 Things to Consider When Staffing a Software Development Project

mashable.com

Brett Miller is the president of Custom Software by Preston (CSP). For more than 10 years CSP has impressed clients with highly effective software solutions and teams of multi-talented software engineers.

Trending Sources

Uber vs. Le Taxi: The Disrupter and the Disrupted

Fred Destin

Adjacent to this story was a very public row around Travis Kalanick’s Uber service and concerted efforts to slow down its spread in France. The taxi market in France has been regulated for a long time. Like seemingly everyone with a grudge in France, taxis took to the street.

Peldi (@balsamiq), Balsamiq at Business of Software 2011: Interview with John Nese of Soda Pop Stop.

Business of Software Blog

Giacomo ‘Peldi’ Guilizzoni is the founder and CEO of Balsamiq, makers of Balsamiq Mockups, the instantly-useful, forever-loveable wireframing software. Balsamiq is a tiny, nine-person multi-million dollar multinational, based out of Italy, France, New York and California.

Rory Sutherland talk & transcript from Business of Software 2011: Watch, laugh, learn.

Business of Software Blog

Rory Sutherland took on an interesting challenge at Business of Software last year – how do you make advertising and marketing make sense to a roomful of very bright software entrepreneurs, many of whom have a natural aversion to all things marketing? I just want to begin by giving credit to one of the people who has been a great influence in my interest in this whole area who I think was one of the speakers last year; the author of the blog “Joel on Software.”

Spolsky on Software on Both Sides of The Table

Both Sides of the Table

Sometime around 2003/04 my technology team turned me on to “Spolsky on Software&# a periodic newsletter served up blog style from Joel Spolsky of FogCreek Software, a maker of bug-tracking software. Defensibility in Software.

Lessons Learned: What is customer development?

Startup Lessons Learned

For software, we have many - you can enjoy a nice long list on Wikipedia. Lessons Learned by Eric Ries Saturday, November 8, 2008 What is customer development? When we build products, we use a methodology.

What's Wrong With Sensationalist Media

A VC : Venture Capital and Technology

Or there is a tailor from France who makes all the suits for the city's tech entrepreneurs. Not interested in The Academy For Software Engineering , HackNY , TechStars NYC , or Angel List , which is where the money seems to be flowing (ie back into the startup ecosystem) but instead interested in suits for tech entrepreneurs.

Media 99

Lessons Learned: Work in small batches

Startup Lessons Learned

Lessons Learned by Eric Ries Friday, February 20, 2009 Work in small batches Software should be designed, written, and deployed in small batches. For software, the easiest batch to see is code. When something goes wrong with production software, its almost always because of an unintended side-effect of some piece of code. a guide for hackers) You buy virtual goods The free software hiring advantage Continuous deployment and continuous learning The lean startup @ Web 2.0

Lean 36

Lessons Learned: A new version of the Joel Test (draft)

Startup Lessons Learned

I am convinced one of Joel Spolskys lasting contributions to the field of managing software teams will turn out to be the Joel Test , a checklist of 12 essential practices that you could use to rate the effectiveness of a software product development team. Automated testing dramatically reduces the cost of certifying changes, because it removes all of the grunt work QA traditionally does in software.

Lean 33

Why Continuous Deployment?

Startup Lessons Learned

Of all the tactics I have advocated as part of the lean startup , none has provoked as many extreme reactions as continuous deployment , a process that allows companies to release software in minutes instead of days, weeks, or months. This has stirred up some controversy, with some claiming that this rapid release process contributes to low-quality software or prevents the company from innovating. All customers will see the new software as soon as it’s deployed.

HBS Entrepreneurs Founded the Most Startup Unicorns of Any MBA Program

View from Seed

MBA Unicorns Weigh Heavily Toward Software, Consumer Internet, and E-Commerce. Unsurprisingly, software, consumer internet, and e-commerce companies make up the significant majority of MBA unicorns. BlaBlaCar (France): INSEAD.

SaaS Wars: Europe Awakens

Cracking the Code

Accel Euroscape: The 100 most promising Software-as-a- Service companies in Europe and Israel -This article was co-authored with my colleague Pia d'Iribarne and published initially on Tech.eu. If SaaS is eating software, Artificial Intelligence is starting to eat SaaS.

Indoor Location startups innovating Indoor Positioning

Don Dodge on The Next Big Thing

Insiteo (France) (High/ $$$) . BlinkSight (France) (Unkown) . BlinkSight (France) (Impulse Radio - Chip set) (Unknown) . Movea (France) (Unknown) . Indoor Location and Positioning technology is the Next Big Thing. It is bringing the power of GPS and Maps indoors.

The free software hiring advantage

Startup Lessons Learned

Lessons Learned by Eric Ries Wednesday, February 11, 2009 The free software hiring advantage This is one of those startup tips Im a little reluctant to share, because its been such a powerful source of competitive advantage in the companies Ive worked with. Heres the short version: hire people from the online communities that develop free software. Especially for a startup, not taking maximum advantage of free software is crazy.

4 Considerations for Expanding Your Startup to International Markets

mashable.com

BonitaSoft has offices in France, the U.S. To that end, companies will offer enterprise-ready software that comes with additional features, services and support. Also consider an area for its potential business partners (software integrators, resellers, etc.) from France.

Revisiting the Software Design Manifesto (and what's changed since.

Startup Lessons Learned

Lessons Learned by Eric Ries Saturday, August 8, 2009 Revisiting the Software Design Manifesto (and whats changed since then) My recent article on technical debt and its positive uses generated a fair bit of controversy. I thought a good place to start was with the origins of the idea that "software design" should be considered a discipline in its own right, on par with computer science, software engineering, and computer programming. The same might be said of good software.

Be Careful not to Become a Conference Ho

Both Sides of the Table

Now I’m in France. You think that everybody is marveling at your travels, your stories, your airplane layovers, your new friends and your photo from the South of France. Name one, professional conference attendee that has built a successful software business?

Entrepreneurs are Everywhere Show No. 28: Magdalena Yesil and Michael Mondavi

Steve Blank

Before she was an investor, Magdalena founded two electronic commerce companies, CyberCash – a pioneer in the secure electronic payment systems, and MarketPay , an embedded payments software company. Before that, restaurateurs would never compare California with France.

Entrepreneurs are Everywhere Show No. 28: Magdalena Yesil and Michael Mondavi

Steve Blank

Before she was an investor, Magdalena founded two electronic commerce companies, CyberCash – a pioneer in the secure electronic payment systems, and MarketPay , an embedded payments software company. Before that, restaurateurs would never compare California with France.

Tom Erickson, CEO of Drupal experts Acquia to talk at BoS2013 about growing a global software business

Business of Software Blog

We want to let you know that the CEO and co-founder of one of the most successful open source companies on the planet will be speaking at Business of Software Conference this year about how to scale internationally. He has spent 14 years of his career living in Australia, England and France.

Why Has LA Suddenly Gotten So Much Attention from VCs and Entrepreneurs?

Both Sides of the Table

What is perhaps different from other regions is that we have large indigenous aerospace industry and a big high-tech import/export trade as opposed to a lot of software companies. But our best Internet software engineers have historically been exported on a net basis to the Bay Area.

The One Word That Shouldn’t Exist in an Entrepreneur’s Vocabulary

Both Sides of the Table

I worked in both before leaving to work in a software company at 17. I used to ask Deborah to book my travel plans in France and Germany were I went 1-2 times / month. The one word the best entrepreneurs never accept. I said it.

User Experience Design Tactics for Product Managers

The Product Guy

Jordan has enterprise Software-as-a-Service experience within the facilities management, legal and pharmaceutical verticals, having most recently worked at ServiceChannel, Epiq Systems and Medidata Solutions. Vikas started his career as software developer with Siemens.

Product Management at Startups vs. Enterprises

The Product Guy

Jordan has enterprise Software-as-a-Service experience within the facilities management, legal and pharmaceutical verticals, having most recently worked at ServiceChannel, Epiq Systems and Medidata Solutions. Vikas started his career as software developer with Siemens.

Senior Product Manager and Your Next Career Steps

The Product Guy

Jordan has enterprise Software-as-a-Service experience within the facilities management, legal and pharmaceutical verticals, having most recently worked at ServiceChannel, Epiq Systems and Medidata Solutions. Vikas started his career as software developer with Siemens.

Finding Blue Oceans #prodmgmt

The Product Guy

Jordan has enterprise Software-as-a-Service experience within the facilities management, legal and pharmaceutical verticals, having most recently worked at ServiceChannel, Epiq Systems and Medidata Solutions. Vikas started his career as software developer with Siemens.

Conducting User Research in Product Management

The Product Guy

Jordan has enterprise Software-as-a-Service experience within the facilities management, legal and pharmaceutical verticals, having most recently worked at ServiceChannel, Epiq Systems and Medidata Solutions. Vikas started his career as software developer with Siemens.

Applying Product Management to Web Design in a Multiscreen Era

The Product Guy

Jordan has enterprise Software-as-a-Service experience within the facilities management, legal and pharmaceutical verticals, having most recently worked at ServiceChannel, Epiq Systems and Medidata Solutions. Vikas started his career as software developer with Siemens.

Be a “data geek”

Business of Software Blog

He has been working with internet related software ever since. Of these, only 22,000 survived, the rest perished on the way from France to Moscow due to difficulties such as cold, rain, rivers, and other natural and man generated obstacles. This is a guest post from Joca Torres.

The Role of Emotional Intelligence in Product Management

The Product Guy

Jordan has enterprise Software-as-a-Service experience within the facilities management, legal and pharmaceutical verticals, having most recently worked at ServiceChannel, Epiq Systems and Medidata Solutions. Vikas started his career as software developer with Siemens.

Product Strategies for Non-Strategists

The Product Guy

Jordan has enterprise Software-as-a-Service experience within the facilities management, legal and pharmaceutical verticals, having most recently worked at ServiceChannel, Epiq Systems and Medidata Solutions. Vikas started his career as software developer with Siemens.

Lessons Learned: Refactoring yourself out of business

Startup Lessons Learned

Its an essential discipline of good software development, especially in startups. Lessons Learned by Eric Ries Wednesday, January 28, 2009 Refactoring yourself out of business Let me start out by saying I am a big fan of refactoring , the ongoing process of changing code so that it performs the same behaviors but has more elegant structure. Nonetheless, I want to talk about a dysfunction Ive seen in several startups: they are literally refactoring themselves to death.

The Power of “In Person” – Why Distributed Teams are Less Effective

Both Sides of the Table

In the era of Skype, web conferencing tools and collaboration software conventional wisdom says that distributed startup teams can be just as effective as those that are in person. He gossips with the office manager who tells 3 software developers.

Free Startup Docs: How Much Equity Should Advisors Get?

techcrunch.com

Project Manager Dice Holdings Software Engineer, Python, YouTube Google/YouTube Web Developer Yelp Inc. France. Startups. Mobile. Gadgets. Europe. Video. Enterprise. Venture. Social. GreenTech. Gaming. Opinion. Drama. Guides. Smartphones. Tablets. Digital Cameras. Laptops. Headphones.

Business Development vs. Product Management

The Product Guy

Jordan has enterprise Software-as-a-Service experience within the facilities management, legal and pharmaceutical verticals, having most recently worked at ServiceChannel, Epiq Systems and Medidata Solutions. Vikas started his career as software developer with Siemens.

Why Every Product Manager Needs to Know Big Data

The Product Guy

Jordan has enterprise Software-as-a-Service experience within the facilities management, legal and pharmaceutical verticals, having most recently worked at ServiceChannel, Epiq Systems and Medidata Solutions. Vikas started his career as software developer with Siemens.

Selling the Product: Connecting to Stakeholder Value

The Product Guy

Jordan has enterprise Software-as-a-Service experience within the facilities management, legal and pharmaceutical verticals, having most recently worked at ServiceChannel, Epiq Systems and Medidata Solutions. Vikas started his career as software developer with Siemens.

Applying Product Management to Web Design in a Multiscreen Era

The Product Guy

Jordan has enterprise Software-as-a-Service experience within the facilities management, legal and pharmaceutical verticals, having most recently worked at ServiceChannel, Epiq Systems and Medidata Solutions. Vikas started his career as software developer with Siemens.

Designing Your Products to Solve for "Jobs to Be Done"

The Product Guy

Jordan has enterprise Software-as-a-Service experience within the facilities management, legal and pharmaceutical verticals, having most recently worked at ServiceChannel, Epiq Systems and Medidata Solutions. Vikas started his career as software developer with Siemens.