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Brant DeBow

Chief Technology Officer

Brant DeBow is BiTE’s co-founder and CTO. He knows pretty much everything there is to know about Behavior Driven Development, and is a highly sought after speaker on the competitive advantage of new technologies. He’s an amazing teacher and a pretty good indoor skydiver.

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Promotion in the App Store – stratēchery by Ben Thompson

Promotion in the App Store – stratēchery by Ben Thompson Ben Thompson on App Store promotion and the tools at a platform owner’s disposal for attracting great apps. Apple is pretty masterful at it and they also have a huge firehose of attention. Our apps have been featured over 2 dozen times by Apple and …

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ongoing by Tim Bray · Surveillance and the Media

ongoing by Tim Bray · Surveillance and the Media Tim Bray weighs in on the whole NSA surveillance brouhaha. Of course these overwhelming and intrusive levels of surveillance are costing American companies – there are always hidden costs to government intervention. The internet as a whole – but US internet companies in particular – will …

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Snooperscope promises to add night vision to your Android device

Snooperscope promises to add night vision to your Android device An add-on for a smartphone or tablet that promises to bring night vision to your Android devices. Similar to a security camera, the module uses infrared light to allow you to see in very low light conditions. Interesting application of tech but what problem does …

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Chrome apps could start coming to Android and iOS as early as next month

Chrome apps could start coming to Android and iOS as early as next month Google continues to execute on its horizontal services play. Many in the tech press love to put Android vs iOS, but android was Google’s defense against being locked out of mobile platforms. Having largely succeeded at that defense, it makes complete …

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iBeacons Used To Deliver Location-Based Access To iOS Newsstand Publications | TechCrunch

iBeacons Used To Deliver Location-Based Access To iOS Newsstand Publications | TechCrunch We can’t say enough about iBeacons and the potential applications. Here’s a great example where a magazine app platform is using them to highlight content in a physical newsstand style – using locations to prompt users about relevant content. 2014 will be an …

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Who buys the iPhone 5C?

Who buys the iPhone 5C? Ben Evans takes a look at Facebook’s advertising data to find two trends about the iPhone 5c and 5s: the 5s is selling much better (which is expected and mostly known) and the 5c skews higher amongst women. The important question on the 5s outselling the 5c is more about …

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Apple’s App Store Usage Numbers Suggest iOS 7 Adoption at 74%

Apple’s App Store Usage Numbers Suggest iOS 7 Adoption at 74% Apple continues their impressive run of mooning users to the latest OS rather quickly. In just 3 months, we’re now at ¾ of all users on iOS 7 – and that’s after a comprehensive redesign that many worried might scare off some users from …

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Amazon and the Benefits of Vision – stratēchery by Ben Thompson

Amazon and the Benefits of Vision – stratēchery by Ben Thompson Excellent piece on Amazon’s drone delivery and what constitutes real vision. One important point Ben makes: vision has to come from someone with a track record. The reason Amazon PrimeAir is so exciting is that nearly all of Amazon’s current business was at some …

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