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Top 10 des accélérateurs de startups

Top 10 des accélérateurs de startups
FrenchWeb dresse la liste de 10 accélérateurs en France et à l’étranger, qui propose des programmes d’accélération avec des modèles propres. Les accélérateurs Made in France 1 – EuraTechnologies: à une heure de Paris, Londres et Bruxelles Basée à Lille, cette structure de 150 000 m2 met à disposition des 150 startups incubées de gros moyens pour se développer. 2 – L’Accélérateur : quatre garçons dans le vent Basée à Paris, la structure est co-fondée par quatre entrepreneurs très complémentaires : Michel De Guilhermier, Juan Hernandez, Jonathan Lascar et Guillaume Truttmann. 3- The Family: la « new generation » The Family s’est tout récemment lancé à Paris. 4- Le Camping, une structure bien identifiée des investisseurs européens Lancé en 2011, le Camping est une initiative de l’Association Silicon Sentier. 5- 50 Partners, l’atout du réseau Les accélérateurs ailleurs… 6 – SBC2go, le nouvel accélérateur de Mercedes Benz et Bosch et HDI à Berlin 7 – Orange Fab à San Francisco

iPhone 5, Application iPhone, iOS6 - App4Phone HTeuMeuLeu : Le blog d'un intégrateur HTML5 et CSS3 Material Honesty on the Web Material honesty—the idea that a substance should be itself, rather than mimic something else—has guided everyone from Ruskin, an art critic, to Charles and Ray Eames, designers of the iconic plywood chair (LCW). By stripping away any coverings and celebrating both its material and its manufacturing process, the chair lays bare exactly what it is: molded plywood. In so doing, it is modern, functional, and timeless—so timeless, in fact, that it’s been continually produced for eighty years. Today there’s a materials debate between flat and skeuomorphic design. Fortunately, the material honesty debates of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries have given way to mature philosophies with practical guidelines—guidelines we can now use to develop our awareness to web materials, produce longer-lasting work, evaluate design processes more wisely, and collaborate better with common tools and unambiguous terminology. Web materials#section1 Web materials fit nicely into three categories.

Mockups Take a second. Let it sink in. The first impression might be disorienting. There are very few interface elements on the screen. Start exploring however, and you'll find out that Mockups is filled with powerful yet only-visible-when-you-need-them features. Getting your ideas out should be effortless. Our sweet spot: the ideation phase Mockups really shines during the early stages of designing a new interface. Mockups is zenware, meaning that it will help you get "in the zone", and stay there. Mockups offers the same speed and rough feel as sketching with pencil, with the advantage of the digital medium: drag & drop to resize and rearrange elements, make changes without starting over, and your work is clear enough that you'll make sense of them later. See what you can build with Mockups Download the samples above, or find more on Mockups To Go, our community-contributed stencils site. Designed for collaboration Your whole team can come together around the right design using Mockups. Two reasons:

I.T. aware Apps: 10 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do With Your Smartphone Studies show that the majority of adults in the United States own cellphones. As of September, 2012, the Pew Research Center found that 45% of American adults have smartphones. With everything a smartphone can do, those statistics aren't so surprising. Mobile devices keep you connected at all times, whether it's by phone, texting, email or social media. And there seems to be an app for just about everything. We've rounded up 10 handy and little-known ways to use your smartphone in the physical world — matching paint color, starting your car from your kitchen, checking your heart rate and more. What kind of real-world tasks do you complete with mobile devices? Image courtesy of iStockphoto, pengpeng.

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss “Everyone’s looking for rules to follow, and the sooner you realize there aren’t any, the better art can be.”– Jerrod Carmichael Jerrod Carmichael is pushing the boundaries of comedy with his groundbreaking work in stand-up, television, and film. Now just 29 years old, what this driven North Carolina native has accomplished is mind-boggling, and 2017 is going to be his biggest year yet. Jerrod stars in the hit NBC series The Carmichael Show, which he also writes and executive produces. The third season of the show premieres in 2017. In March of 2017, Jerrod will star in his second stand-up comedy special on HBO, directed by Bo Burnham. Love at the Store is the funniest standup special I’ve seen in many years, and it’s the reason I reached out to Jerrod. In the summer of 2016, Jerrod reprised his role as ‘Garf’ in the Universal comedy sequel Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising opposite Seth Rogen and Zac Efron. Please enjoy my wide-ranging conversation with Jerrod Carmichael!

Good Girls Gone Bad: Anne Hathaway, ‘Havoc’ Cute little Anne Hathaway arrived on the scene as fresh as the Disney snow with roles in ‘The Princess Diaries’ and ‘Ella Enchanted,’ but she couldn’t stay a princess forever, so Hathaway broke out of that mold real quick with a part in ‘Havoc,’ a dark drama about crazy white teens who get involved with gang activity in LA. Hathaway gets down and dirty and takes it all off in the film, which features drugs, drinking, violence, and a gang bang, for good measure. Immediately after, Hathaway starred in ‘Brokeback Mountain,’ for which she also got topless in a sex scene. next: elisabeth shue Follow Me – Un projet photographique de Murad Osmann Follow Me – Un projet photographique de Murad Osmann “Follow Me“, un projet personnel du photographe russe Murad Osmann, qui immortalise ses voyages à travers le monde avec sa petite amie dans une série de photographies toujours basées sur le même modèle : une vue à la première personne se laissant entrainer par la main vers de nouvelles découvertes… Une série émouvante, poétique et romantique ! J’adore ! Images © Murad Osmann - Gadgets japonais et Arts insolites Système de gestion de contenu Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour les articles homonymes, voir SGC et CMS. Un système de gestion de contenu ou SGC (content management system ou CMS en anglais) est une famille de logiciels destinés à la conception et à la mise à jour dynamique de sites Web ou d'applications multimédia. Ils partagent les fonctionnalités suivantes : Lorsque le SGC gère du contenu dynamique, on parle de système de gestion de contenu dynamique ou SGCD (Dynamic Content Management System ou DCMS). Les SGC ne doivent pas être confondus avec les systèmes de gestion électronique des documents (GED) qui permettent de réaliser la gestion de contenu dans l'entreprise (notamment le cycle de vie des documents). Fonctions communes[modifier | modifier le code] Pour arriver à offrir les fonctionnalités citées plus haut la conception se fonde assez souvent sur les mécanismes suivants : Utilisation d'interface web - SGC[modifier | modifier le code] C'est un principe fondateur de la gestion de contenu :