White Label Your BI Software

White Label Your BI Software – 5 Reasons Why

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Discover Why You Win When You White Label Your BI Software

Consider the many benefits that come when you white label your BI software. When you encounter a hurdle with data visualization in your business, your first instinct may be to try to find a solution in-house. In many cases, however, building out your own solution can lead to more hassle, a slower time to market and diverting resources that would be better served elsewhere.   Read More

Is It Time to Retire the Term “Full Stack Developer?”

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There was a window of time during the evolution of software that someone could sincerely and meaningfully label themselves a “full stack developer”. But those times have passed into the mists of programming history. Applications and platforms have evolved beyond simple front ends married to scrappy back ends, into the accumulation of layers we call “stacks”.
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Tech Strikes Back on the Right to Repair

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If you own a device, you should be able to repair it. That logic may sound simple—fundamental, even, to the concept of ownership. But device manufacturers have made it increasingly difficult for consumers to get their products working again when something goes wrong. Proprietary screws, finicky plastic tabs, “Warranty Void if Removed” stickers and copious amounts of glue all stand in the way of getting devices working again.
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How Does Machine Learning Differ from Business Intelligence?

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Machine learning (ML) algorithms have become central to business and consumer-facing software applications at a surprising rate. In fact, Gartner predicts that by the end of this year, 45% of the fastest-growing companies will use more machine learning-backed products and applications than they do actual human workers. And that includes some business intelligence platforms.
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