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Avaya's partnership with the Earthquakes goes beyond naming rights

After an eight month search, MLS’ San Jose Earthquakes signed a 10-year, $20 million naming rights deal with Avaya. As an IT firm, Avaya brings something other sponsors cannot: in-stadium communications technology. 316 more words

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SF Love Bytes

I’m Daphne Reese, an early-30s woman working (and dating) in tech in San Francisco. I blog about my dating life here in Silicon Valley. The names have been changed, but the stories are all true. 13 more words

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Fear and loathing in Sunnyvale, CA

Fear of running out of gasoline and loathing the lack of restaurants, that is.

I just spent 2 days in Sunnyvale and Mountain View attending an event at the Computer History Museum and discussing a donation of my IBM junk when I go to the big computer room in the sky. 360 more words

Canadian entrepreneurs can't rely on Silicon Valley 'lean startup' bible, author admits

Sometimes even a prophet has to leave his own country to better understand the world.

That’s certainly the case for startup guru Steve Blank. The retired serial entrepreneur and author is the co-pioneer of the “lean startup” methodology, a customer-first model that has revolutionized the way startup companies come to market. 888 more words

Entrepreneur

Canadian entrepreneurs can't rely on Silicon Valley 'lean startup' bible, author admits

Sometimes even a prophet has to leave his own country to better understand the world.

That’s certainly the case for startup guru Steve Blank. The retired serial entrepreneur and author is the co-pioneer of the “lean startup” methodology, a customer-first model that has revolutionized the way startup companies come to market. 888 more words

Entrepreneur

Vietnamese Cuisine: House of Pho

Sunnyvale and its neighbor, Cupertino, hosts a plethora of great Chinese food, but unfortunately if you’re looking for some good Vietnamese cuisine, you’ll have to drive 20 minutes south to San Jose. 179 more words

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