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CCC Startups partners: Vitaly Golomb, Mike Reiner and Max Gurvits (Photo: Startup AddVenture Facebook)

5 Things We Learned About Startup Ecosystems With #StartupAddVenture

After spending the last several years building entrepreneurship communities from the ground up in Ukraine (Vitaly), Baltics (Mike), and Balkans (me), this year we decided to box the best ingredients and moving parts of those efforts into a package and distribute it across Central/Eastern Europe and the Middle East. The result is Startup AddVenture, which on the surface of it is a series of events, but deeper inside a community of like-minded individuals, who are committed to helping each other build globally relevant tech and ventures.

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Agile Adria

Ángel Medinilla: A Business Is Agile When It Adapts To Customer Needs Fast. Period.

Agile Adria, the biggest agile/lean conference in southeastern Europe, will take place next week in Croatia. The event wants to gather agilests from Croatia, Slovenia, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina and one of the keynote speakers is Ángel Medinilla. Ángel has more than 17 years of working experience in the ICT market and he started his own agile consulting firm in 2007. Eight years later he will talk about the new age of Agile and the influence of Lean Startups. Can well established companies be agile like startups?

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DEVOPSDAYS LJUBLJANA

The Problem With Configurations

On April 3rd and 4th 2015, second DevopsDays conference will be held in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Avishai comes to DevopsDays Ljubljana for the 2nd time to speak; and this time around about what “work” is. We’ve asked him if he could write a bit about something that he cares about, and from the many topics he could cover, he picked configuration. If you’re into systems or app development, you probably know how hard it is to get configuration right. Head on over to read Avishai’s write-up on configuration and see what he thinks about how it is and could be done.

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MemoAngel, Croatian Digital Afterlife Service, Heads To The US Market

It is hard to find an exact number of abandoned digital profiles, but we can surely talk about tens of millions, if not more. If you take that into consideration, you will not be surprised that MemoAngel is not a first digital afterlife service, because this topic is quite intriguing and natural. But this Croatian project might had found a niche that has plenty of space for further business development — and as the time goes by, that space will be, unfortunately, bigger and bigger.