Podcast: The Weekly Roundup – April 12, 2019
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The Weekly Roundup – April 12, 2019
Welcome to our tech and startup podcast show, The Weekly Roundup. This show is part of the Silicon Valley Startup Podcast, which is brought to you by Founders Floor, a coworking accelerator for startups here in Silicon Valley.
At the end of every week, we’ll bring you a roundup of the latest articles and trends from VCs, interest pieces from around the web, and the need-to-know tech and startup news from the past week.
In this week’s The Weekly Roundup of tech and startup news on April 12, 2019, we cover:
- Coinbase launching a new debit card
- Israel – the ‘startup nation’
- Typical traits of programmers
- Using a startup’s space for more productivity, and
- Yes, we are being listened to…
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Coinbase launches a debit card in the UK to make it easier to pay with cryptocurrencies – CNBC (Elizabeth Schulze)
‘Start-up nation’ expects no change of course after elections – Times of Israel (Stephen Weizman)
High-tech’s Israeli military connection – Automotive Times (Jim Henry)
Sun, sand, sea and … unicorns? Why Tel Aviv is the world’s new startup capital – The Guardian (Emma Sheppard)
Hello world: Shining a light onto the culture of computer programmers – ars Technica (Jennifer Ouellette)
Why You Can’t Get Serious About Productivity Unless You Optimize How Your People Use Your Space – Both Sides (Mark Suster)
Amazon Workers Are Listening to What You Tell Alexa – Matt Day, Giles Turner, and Natalia Drozdiak
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