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September 22, 2016
Two Oregon entrepreneurs, Jake Weatherly and David Shear were having trouble expanding on an huge opportunity selling software to college students. Of the 3.2 million youth age 16 to 24 who graduated from high school between January and October 2010, about 2.2 million or 68.1 percent, are enrolled in colleges and universities. To Weatherly and Shear, these 2.2 million students represent not just today’s software users, they represent the market of tomorrow. Talk to the Gillette or Visa about the power of building brand awareness with college students and you’ll understand the untapped buying power within the 2.2 million U.S. college and university students.
At this year's APIcon UK, Andrew Seward talks about changing the way we think about APIs. Companies should view API as products putting them at the forefront of business.
Learn how to build a Tinder-style demo application that uses immediate Like/Dislike activities based on comic strips to build a recommendation tool based on those interactions.