Ben Hall, founder of developer edtech startup Katacoda, shares how the interactive learning platform offers software developers access to educational content that will further their understanding of cloud-related technology.
Huub Heijnen, Co-founder and CTO of Scape Technologies, explains why large scale 3D mapping is critical to the work — creating an image-driven visual positioning system — that the computer vision startup is doing.
As the fastest delivery service in the UK, courier startup Peyk wants to give new meaning to instant gratification. Peyk Founder and CEO Salman Moghini chats about what problems Peyk hopes to solve and what’s on the horizon in 2019.
Inspired by the patients they met as junior doctors, C the Signs founders Dr. Bhavagaya Bakshi and Dr. Miles Payling explain how the medical tech startup aims to increase cancer patient survival rates by using artificial intelligence and big data to catch the disease at its earliest stages.
Philip McAleese, Co-founder & CEO of See.Sense, talks about what inspired him to build his UK-based intelligent sensor startup and shares his advice on how to successfully grow a business.
No matter the industry or stage of a startup, there are common challenges and goals. While speaking with founders and technology leaders every day, I noticed common topics such as fundraising, profitability, hiring, regional expansion, and cloud architecture. In this post I’d like to share three technology-driven trends I’m seeing in consumer startups, which address new types of challenges.
From PR to production, the Deliveroo Application Platform needs to get developers’ code into running containers as quickly and safely as possible. Check out the above talk from re:Invent 2018 to hear from Ben Cordero, Senior Software Engineer at Deliveroo, about his team’s process for safely shipping software with support for automatic rollbacks, service scaling and configuration management.
For OakNorth, tech and banking truly go hand-in-hand. Its data and technology platform, OakNorth Analytical Intelligence (ONAI), allows it to do balance sheet lending via OakNorth Bank in the UK, profitably originating over £2 billion without a single default or late payment since its launch in September 2015.
Whether its old boys’ clubs, glass ceilings or imposter syndrome, there are many reasons why women are prevented from fulfilling their business ambitions. As countless successful female entrepreneurs have proven over the years, so-called truths about the startup world are easily exploded. Here, some female VCs dispel the various myths that prevent female founders from pursuing their visions.
Another startup bringing innovation to the changing industry is Metail, a developer of technology that enables users to virtually try on clothes and easily switch between potential outfit combinations.