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Welcome Adolfo Rodriguez, iOS Developer

Intro from Mokriya CEO, Sunil Kanderi: “We were talking to Google about a project that required someone with a Math background, image processing and VR experience. I knew it was going to be hard to find someone with all those skills. One of our iOS developers, Francois, mentioned in a Slack conversation that he knew a “crazy genius”, that might actually tick all of those boxes.

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The Mokriya Weekly Roundup – Is “CIOTO” The Next C-Level Position?

A weekly, hand-curated digest of the latest mobile and technology news and insights from the Mokriya team.

Mobile, IoT, Tech: News + Trends

Is CIOTO The Next C Level Position And Other Ideas From IoT World
The IoT World event was held this week and, not for the first time, the title of “Chief Internet Of Things Officer” was positioned as a realistic future role. Will it come to pass?

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Welcome Pavan Bangalala, Senior Android Developer

Intro from Mokriya CEO, Sunil Kanderi: “Pavan is a quintessential Software Engineer with a deep sense of craftsmanship towards coding. In India most programmers move on to team management roles after three to four years of coding, essentially becoming deskilled and non-technical. What I liked in Pavan is the fact that he hasn’t lost his passion for programming since the early days of his career as an Embedded programmer (8 years ago) to his current evolution as a senior Android Engineer.”

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What Is Product Management? (And What Will It Look Like In The Future)

The term product has become ubiquitous with tech. And with the rise of product comes a rise in opportunities for product-related roles. The Product Manager being central to this movement.

The tech keeps evolving, and so does the art of Product Management. Just as we had become more familiar with web and mobile technologies, product must now keep pace with emerging developments across IoT, AI and more.

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Retail Comeback Will Be Fueled By Data And Beacons

Ecommerce is appealing because it’s easy and accessible. Who would choose driving to a store over getting their shopping done in just a few clicks. This ease doesn’t come from nowhere though. It’s the measurability of online commerce that made it so powerful. Data is power and when you measure every click, the data is yours, be it through recommendation algorithms, A/B testing product pages, or fine-tuning newsletter headlines. Good news brick-and-mortar: the data is coming your way. All thanks to beacons.

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Smart Objects: You Have A Design Problem

A Bluetooth scale! A Wi-Fi door lock! And, of course, a fridge that tweets! We can joke all we want, but smart objects are here to stay. And if anything, we’ll only see more of them. But everyday appliances have a funny problem: they are getting smarter (read: connected) and dumber at the same time. UX people: it’s high time you fixed that, unless you want to earn your place in history at the receiving end of a tweet from @internetofshit.

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