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Editor’s note: This post is authored by guest contributor Jon Bischke . Jon is a founder of Entelo and is an advisor to several startups.
Editor’s note: Alexander Haislip is a marketing executive with cloud-based server automation startup ScaleXtreme and the author of Essentials of Venture Capital . Follow him on Twitter @ ahaislip . Congratulations.
Editor’s note : James Altucher is an investor, programmer, author, and entrepreneur.
Who wants to be a millionaire? Who wouldn't want to be?
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Having discussed Microsoft in part 1 of this article , we will now examine its main hardware partner, Intel.
Dave Chase is the founder and CEO of Avado , a TechCrunch Disrupt NYC finalist. Previously he was a management consultant for Accenture’s healthcare practice and was the founder of Microsoft’s Health business.
Zynga finally filed for its IPO today, and we now we get to take a look at its financials .
Running multiple operating systems side-by-side gives you the chance to test applications, run platform-specific software, and tons more without ever rebooting. It's also extremely cool. Here's how to run Windows, Mac, and Linux simultaneously and pain-free as possible. To get a quick idea of where we're headed, check out the video above, which demonstrates my Windows 7 system running OS X and Ubuntu through VirtualBox. Below, we'll build on the basics you learned in our beginner's guide to creating virtual machines with VirtualBox . We'll show you how to easily install new operating systems (including Mac OS X and Linux) and optimize your installation with shared folders and software to help your virtual machines communicate with your main OS.
Are technology startup valuations in the middle of another bubble? The New York Times stoked the debate last month when it quoted famed venture capitalists John Doerr and Fred Wilson, who were seemingly agreeing that it is.