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By Hutch Carpenter on January 15, 2013
Say you’re designing something new for a product or service. Of course, you have your own ideas for what to do. But, how informed are you really about what is needed? This is a question I faced in thinking about game mechanics used in a social platform. A common product approach is to work up [...]
By Joel York on January 15, 2013
Why measure SaaS MRR churn? Show me the money! SaaS MRR churn is an important SaaS metric that measures the financial impact of churn. While customer churn is an important operational metric, CFOs always prefer MRR churn. In this second SaaS Metrics FAQs article, I explore ways to analyze SaaS MRR churn.
By Dave Michels on January 15, 2013
PCs use interrupt requests known as IRQs to manage various devices such as sound cards and modems. When the device has a need for processing power, it sends an interrupt request to the processor. It’s a silly design as the mere request is an interrupt itself. This is my day. It’s like when someone says [...]
By Dan Morrill on January 15, 2013
Amazon Web Services provides a number of Software Development Toolkits (SDK’s) that will help the programmer make the most of Amazons exposed APIs for the various services that they provide in the cloud. While the AWS (Amazon Web Services) console is good for day to day administration and control over the services you have set [...]