2020 provided the perfect context to invite dear friends and partners to join us live in the GeminiTalks webinars.
“… the best means by which both entrepreneurs [and managers] of existing organizations gain sustained competitive advantage is through control of valuable resources.” These resources must be valuable, rare, non-imitable, and non-replaceable.
We live in the Golden Age of Cloud Ecosystems. Expertise is truly very important.
Scientists and engineers need to collaborate to understand better how to think about how to implement cloud solutions. Designers are also very important in this process.
From slides on MySpace, to Facebook widgets, Pokemon and Disney, Jia Shen learned fast that his success is strongly related to the users.
Meet the social media games revolutionary; he will walk us through the hottest gaming industry insights today.
The gaming world will develop new input/output methods. For instance, the VR terminals, like Oculus or similar, which create special experiences. Beside increasing resolution and animation details, and so on, I would expect such IO methods to develop even further.
There must be some curiosity to entrench themselves into the subject matter. You can’t be successful at generating new insights, for example, in molecular biology, if you don’t get beyond knowing your math. You have to understand the basics of the science you’re getting yourself into.
The data scientist is the new kid on the block, the rock ‘n roller of today. I think the true data scientist is a Renaissance kind of person. He has to know a lot: to be able to program, to know stats, to know what the trend is in machine learning, needs to know linear programming.
They should ensure that data governance is in place, data sharing is in place, and data security is in place. Not all the companies are ready to do that, but most of them are surely evolving towards it, projecting themselves into the future as successful.
Sometimes, a problem has a very simple answer, that doesn’t necessitate a complex, predictive model. In that case, you shouldn’t complicate matters. So, there are simple problems, and more complicated problems; it depends on whom you’re engaging with and what you’re trying to solve.
As software engineers, we like to think that software is more important. We tend to see only the engineering part of the problem, but there are a lot of specializations that work on the hardware side of things. Maybe software is very important, but hardware is important as well.