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Watch Joshua Seiden’s “Replacing Requirements with Hypotheses” talk at Agile Experience Meetup

Slides from a talk by Josh Seiden and John Halloran at the Agile Experience Meetup in NYC, OCt 17, 2011. This is a first version of the talk that presents high-level concepts and UX strategy work for replacing requirements with hypotheses […]

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Chinese People and Their Mobile Phones: Smartphones making rapid headway in cities

About 35 percent of urban Chinese use smartphones, the third-highest level in the world, a survey has found […]

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Academic Excellence in Engineering Supported by Autodesk at Formula Student 2009

Helping to promote careers and excellence in engineering, Autodesk has sponsored Formula Student 2009, the largest student motorsport event in Europe (Silverstone, UK, 16–19 July 2009) […]

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China, Socialism & Consumer Behavior: In a Tidal Shift, Chinese Spending More Overseas

Money is moving in a new direction in China — out: Some Chinese are so eager to turn their yuan into other assets that when an online real estate brokerage organized a tour of foreclosure auctions in the United States, it received so many applications that it had to turn away nearly 400 people. In Shanghai, cash-rich Chinese companies are buying high-yield bonds issued by distressed American companies at a time when most investors are steering clear of bonds even from solid companies […]

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Designing Infrastructure: market drivers affecting the utility industry

Autodesk Technical Evangelist Pete Southwood, Senior Industry Manager for Utilities and Telecommunications Alan Saunders, and Utilities Industry Marketing Manager Doug Laslo discuss the market drivers affecting the utility industry over the next few years, industry pain points, and how Autodesk solutions address these issues. Listen to the podcast, from Autodesk Geospatial Resource Center