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Most technologies that drive entrepreneurship usually come from hobbies .. so with that, here's my list of opportunities / technologies driving entrepreneurship: 3D printers. Sure today they look like toys, but they already have industrial strength ones that are used to create metal objects, an...

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First of all, focus on the product, rather than the technology. When it comes to product, you need to identify a real customer pain or problem that is being unaddressed. The best source of inspiration are problems that you face for which you cannot find a solution. To evaluate if this is a real...

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I definitely recommend plantronics. Check out their website and your can order them online. I remember using CS540 model. Its wireless, good battery life, reduced background noise and easy to hook up. Its expensive but you can get a cheaper options on their site. They are one of the leaders in...

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The best technology is whatever gets you up and running the quickest. You'll throw away the first iteration (and possibly the second and third...) anyway. What you need most in the beginning is to test your idea and get feedback, and you need it fast.

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Investors on the East Coast and West Coast are polar opposites. It's a generalization, since there is variation within those regions as well, but here are a few generalizations to help you play to your audience. BAY AREA: Big ideas (with some foundation under them) win, the kind of ideas that c...

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You need to be able to get feedback on your product as quickly as possible, so my advice is to choose the technology stack that will allow you to build a prototype efficiently. There's no right answer here: for some people it's LAMP, for others it's node, for others it's a Windows stack. Worryin...

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I don't think there's a best practice, similar to how much you should charge for your B2B SaaS company, cause it really depends on the market size, cost to deliver, and perceived monetary value you're offering via your API. That being said, the way I've baselined any pricing for my products has ...

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There are two sides to that question. One is the mobile app itself and the other is the backend. If I misunderstood in any way and you didn't mean "native" app I apologize in advance. On the backend, there is no clear cut answer to which is the "best". It depends solely on the developers you are...

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I've spent lots of time in Romania, though Cluj is one of the few cities I have not yet been to. I am not sure if the intended conference audience is international or meant to be residents of Cluj (though for my answer I'm assuming the former). I do not have a specific name for you, but I would...

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It would depend upon your website goal and what your success criteria (your definition of best). What is your list of feature requirements? Do you require shopping cart access? do you require chat-line? What's "best for you" depends upon your list of feature requirements and what you want your...

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