Startup technology demystified

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Check out Danny Boice’s latest post over at PandoDaily (a favorite site of ours because of the interesting and informative content it offers, not to mention that it’s the creation of former Memphian and current media darling Sarah Lacy) about startups.

Or more specifically, startup tecnhology terminology.

By the time you finish reading, you’ll be familiar enough with 8 frequently uttered startup tech terms that you’ll be able to converse like a native. Or at least understand most of what techpreneurs are saying.

From Boice:

When it comes to technology, it can be confusing out there for the business-minded (read: non-technical) co-founder.

Do those snowboard-loving, flip-flop wearing, EDM-listening, tattoo-having jackanapes-for-developers ridicule you with their fancy words and assault you with offensive acronyms? Do you think that JSON was that guy with the hockey mask and chainsaw in “Friday the 13th”? Thought Ruby was a reference to Grandma’s dear friend at the nursing home?

Take heart, my friend, there is still hope. I am the co-founder and CTO of a startup called Speek, and I am here to help. Here is a quick guide to some of the popular technologies that today’s startups use to change the world.

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