Embracing Disruption: A Cloud Revolution Manifesto

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This book is a Kickstarter funded collaborative effort that started 2012. Our goal was to write an easy to understand book about the cloud that covered the philosophy that underlies it. We wrote this book so that it would be accessible to everyone.

Food trailers swiping credit cards on their smart phones. Arab revolutionaries toppling dictators with Twitter and Facebook. And entrepreneurs running their entire businesses from an iPad. We wrote this manifesto to explore an ...

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Overview

This book is a Kickstarter funded collaborative effort that started 2012. Our goal was to write an easy to understand book about the cloud that covered the philosophy that underlies it. We wrote this book so that it would be accessible to everyone.

Food trailers swiping credit cards on their smart phones. Arab revolutionaries toppling dictators with Twitter and Facebook. And entrepreneurs running their entire businesses from an iPad. We wrote this manifesto to explore an exciting world propelled by disruptive innovation.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781489593344
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 5/28/2013
  • Pages: 150
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.32 (d)

Meet the Author

Nathan Toups is a professional geek with a background in collaborative design. He honed his professional technology skills after college and now owns and operates rojoroboto, a boutique technology consulting firm in Austin, TX. He is an expert in mobile device and cloud integration in the workplace, specifically with Mac OS X, iOS, and the cloud. He has spoken at SXSW and MacTech Conference and he writes for technical journals such as MacTech Magazine.

Brad Carleton started Tech Pines, a javascript and cloud consulting company in 2010, pioneering in javascript development both on the browser and on the server. Prior to starting his own company, he worked in the hustle and bustle of the Austin tech industry. As an entrepreneur with a passion for development and the open source community, he participates in projects like CTX Givecamp to help non-profits with improvements to existing web technologies.

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