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Guest Post: Handling a Referral in a Job Search


With the economy headed south and tech feeling the pressure, many of you may soon be looking for a job. The best path is through a referral from a former colleague or friend. That's how I landed my current role at salesforce.com (which is hiring...
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SaaS in China


Besides my technical role in developing SaaS architecture guidance, I've had the privilege to be deeply involved in molding the SaaS industry in China. Over the course of the last year, I've travelled to different cities in China, working with my...
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Why Are You Messin' With My URLs?


We recently received a great question from a savvy AdWords user over on the message boards. We've been asked this question a few times, so we figured that now would be a great time to expand. Scott...
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Automated Screenshots from Command Line


Learn how to capture automated screenshots of multiple web pages from the command line in one go using the rendering engine of Internet Explorer, Safari or Google...
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Krugman's Nobel Winning Theory and Software Indust


Paul Krugman won the Nobel in Economics today. Before you jump, I know its not a real Nobel prize. I have enjoyed his writings on New York Times along with other favorite economists like the one's behind Cafe Hayek - who funnily enough or sadly...
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A blurring between on premise and hosted CRM softw


Once upon a time it was pretty simple. If you wanted hosted CRM software you paid per person per month. If you wanted your CRM software in-house you purchased a perpetual license up...
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