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Danny Boice

Danny is the CTO of Speek, a 500 Startups-funded company that lets users do conference calls with a simple link rather than using phone numbers and PINs. Danny founded his first company, Jaxara in the early 2000s (exited via acquisition), and co-founded Speek (@Speekapp) with John Bracken in 2012. You can find Danny on Twitter.
  1. 2014: The year of the connected car

    With CES kicking off and the Open Automotive Alliance having just announced its initiative to bring Android to several leading auto manufacturers in 2014, it looks like we may finally witness a great year for Car Technology.

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  2. What WebRTC is and why you should care

    Have you ever tried to make a VoIP call or or do video chat in your browser only to find that you were required to install some Flash or Java plugin? Annoying, right? Well, it may soon be time to rejoice: this is exactly what WebRTC is designed to eliminate.

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  3. AWS doesn't totally suck -- but it may for you

    Getting a startup off the ground is rewarding. You come up with a new idea, something that can improve, even in the smallest way, the life of every user. You figure out the best way to make it actually, you know, work. You convince investors that yours is a horse worth betting on. And you show customers why your product is something they definitely want to be using. Even when it is incredibly stressful, as it often is, it’s also a lot of fun. Hell, it's why most of us got into the game to begin with.

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  4. How agile should your startup be?

    Speed is key to the software development cycle. Releases must come early and often, and the focus must be on high-priority development tasks. Features and bug fixes are especially important when budgets are constrained.

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  5. Startup technology demystified

    When it comes to technology, it can be confusing out there for the business-minded (read: non-technical) co-founder.

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