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Report: Activating Middle Managers to Drive CX Change http://ow.ly/2Zoy65
We just published a Temkin Group report, Activating Middle Managers to Drive CX Change. Here's the executive summary: It’s hard to get any group of employees to change their behavior when their man...
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This is the Head Wall in Snowmass, CO. It is steep. There are cliffs. It is very dangerous. Your legs will be throbbing. But then you turn around and take a photo like this...  priceless.
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An Angular2 Todo App: First look at App Development in Angular2 
Speaker: David East (Angular Core Contributor)

With ng-conf right around the corner it's time to catch a glimpse of Angular2. Angular Core Contributor David East will give an overview of what's new in Angular and live code a Todo app with Angular2 and Firebase.  Get a taste of Angular2 before its alpha release!

Livestreaming will be available at http://youtube.com/user/angularjs/live (start time is 6.30p PT), and the video will also be available approx 1 week afterward.
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Are wearables done?
 
In order to successfully capitalize off of this development, custom software solutions are going to be critical.
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Here is my first GrowBuddy pitch. It was a practice pitch to #TechStars, #Foundry and #Galvanize.
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I'm a full two weeks (10 business days) into waiting for my iPhone app to start to get reviewed. The Android version gets reviewed and is available in about 4 hours, most of that is server propagation time.

Can anyone justify how this is acceptable? The #1 market cap company in the world, who makes over $2B (billion) off the app store alone, can't create a more efficient process or hire more people to alleviate the backlog.

This is completely unacceptable! And what astonishes me the most is that so many +iOS Developers "Applications and Games" accept this process without so much as whimper. Some have said, "Well, it's the cost of doing business with Apple." I'm sorry, but you're wrong. It's an example of poor customer service perpetuated by Apple's arrogance.
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I couldn't care less about Apple's process. They should hire more people for their app review processing.
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Did you ever get the feeling that the browser address bar is the new command line?

Join : +I'm Programmer 

#google   #browser   #googlechrome   #cheat   #sheet   
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Finally! Someone gets it! +Betakit 's article actually manages to properly contextualize the Google Glass Explorer experiment's role among the ever-adapting the landscape of wearable technology. They cogently arguing that "{Glass} was far from a failure, as was previously and sadly continuously reported, instead regarding it as the most important wearable of 2014. 

They nailed it with this quote:
"The most important thing to remember about Google Glass up until this point is that...Project Glass was an experiment, and those wearing the device (Explorers) and the people they came into contact with were all its subjects." 

I'm happy to share this amazing article by +Betakit 
Thanks for the lively discussion about experiments vs expectations , +Virginia Poltrack Things have come a long, long way since Nov.
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In this post, we have collected a huge of Google Material Design resources including framework, icons, GUI kits, fonts … for your next design project or for inspiration. We hope this will helpful for you to design a great Android App or website using Google’s new design principles.
In this post, we have collected a huge of Google Material Design resources including framework, icons, GUI kits, fonts … for your next design project or for inspiration. We hope this will helpful for...
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New Intel chip in #GoogleGlass. Will a production version be in our future?
Move to supply chips for Glass counters reports that Google is shelving its prototype wearable
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+Andrew Dodd Unless they put a battery in the other arm too.  
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My name is Rob Rusher and I am a software guy. Specifically, I focus on rich client applications. I’ve spent many years building business applications with Internet technologies and have shared much of what I have learned along the way. I have worked on projects for the biggest names on the Internet. I have been laid off by major corporations. I have started and sold companies. I have authored articles, books, presentations and training materials. I have founded multiple software user groups in Denver, CO. I have fallen in the “don’t fall” zone while extreme snow skiing. I prefer bourbon over scotch. I love to experience life. I am actively involved in the developer community and think you should be too. I am passionate about rich clients across devices and believe that they will change the way we create and live.

I feel that I have done a lot in my career, but I never forget that I still know very little in the grand scheme of things.

My company is On3.
Team Focused. Results Driven. On3 provides team-focused consulting and training to help organizations shorten their IT learning curve and master next-generation technologies. Our focus is on software design, development and training for rich Internet applications. Beyond incisive and effective teaching, we specialize in cultivating long-term, self-sustaining IT practices for organizations.

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