Edition 30 - The biggest myths going around about Progressive Web Apps!
There is no debate that application of Artificial Intelligence within Procurement is the need of the hour. It’s also well known that Procurement functions in most organisations are still coming up the curve of data science and AI adoption. Unfortunately, time is running out as the backdrop for Procurement is evolving rapidly. Procurement leaders are at a cusp where it is imperative that they quickly make the leap towards embracing cutting-edge ideas, tools and technologies in order to stay relevant.
Terms like Progressive Web Apps(PWAs) are useful to help spread concepts, but they come with a risk of misuse and misunderstanding. As a fairly new and evolving concept, PWAs may be defined and understood differently by different people. Here you’ll get to know some common myths (IMHO) about PWAs. So, What are PWAs actually? Read along and this post will spur further discussion and help us all to come to a better, shared understanding.
An interesting snippet of data about Node.js that it is being utilized by a portion of the greatest worldwide associations including NASA, Airbnb, PayPal, LinkedIn, Netflix, Uber, and Walmart. Actually, 98% of Fortune 500 companies utilize Node.js on a regular basis. It is certainly overwhelming the market and in light of good reason. According to, Director of Engineering and Chief Architect at PayPal, their Node.js-based application required 33% fewer lines of code, handled double the number of requests per second, and shortened response time by 35% compared to the Java version. That is a significant feat.
Cold emailing has a bit of a bad rap, often due to the plethora of poorly written marketing emails people receive. That leaves many reluctant to give it a try. But, it’s actually a powerful tool in any entrepreneur’s arsenal, as long as it’s used properly and doesn’t amount to begging. To take advantage of what cold emailing has to offer, you have to let go of your fear. Think about it, what’s the worst that can happen by sending a cold email? They don’t respond? In the grand scheme of things, that’s nothing, so don’t let that hold you back. If you’re ready to take the leap, read on what you need to know.
If you’re part of a growing startup you’re probably familiar with the challenges of wearing multiple hats, meeting deadlines, proving ROI, getting the funding to grow. We’re all used to getting things done as fast as possible. There’s always a new deadline and the idea of working with MVPs across all teams is common. Marketing is focusing on the fastest return on investment, salespeople are looking for the warmest leads in the pipeline while creativity and branding end up as a luxury that you never seem to have the time (or budget) to focus on. Read along to know How to master the art of Storytelling in your Startup to land new clients.
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