The Dialexa Weekly Technology RD&C News delivers you our selection of insights around entrepreneurship, technology transformation and product strategy.

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Weekly Top Reads:

How Capital One alum and CBRE CIO Chandra Dhandapaniinfused the real estate company with progressive leadership at a time when the industry is turning to cutting-edge technology by fostering a tech-driven culture.

Within three years deep learning will change front-end development. It will increase prototyping speed and lower the barrier for building software. Emi Wallner teaches Turning Design Mockups into Code With Deep Learning.

Those early days are a blast but at some point, the fun becomes work. Our CEO and Co-Founder, Scott Harper figured out how to maintain the same excitement in later stages. Read best-selling author Kevin Daum’s Inc. article- Growing Companies Can Still Excite Employees with Startup Energy Even When No Longer a Startup.

"In Proof We Trust" with Dominic Frisby, financial writer from London and author of Bitcoin: The Future of Money? (2014) and Life After the State (2013). Blockchain technology will revolutionise far more than money: it will change your life. Here’s how it actually works.

Former Snr Data Scientist as Skyscanner, Neal Lathia, breaks down his five lessons from building machine learning systems.

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"Digital transformation" You're thinking about it all wrong!

 

Russell Villemez, Snr Partner and Head of Technology Strategy here at Dialexa, addresses the concept of digital transformation and how so many companies are thinking about this concept incorrectly.

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Sabre: Creating the Travel Services Exchange

 

A new, unified, marketplace for consumers to discover travel offerings, and a new distribution channel for travel suppliers. 

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Fastlane: The New Age of Car Buying

 

You can buy almost anything else online, but the automotive industry has been one of the slowest to adapt to new technology, with the car buying process being much the same as it was 20 years ago.

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