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techcrunch.com - Steve O'Hear - Enterprise architecture software company LeanIX raises $80M Series D
Enterprise architecture software company LeanIX raises $80M Series D
TechCrunch

LeanIX, the enterprise architecture software company founded out of Bonn in Germany, has closed $80 million in Series D funding. The round is led by new investor Goldman Sachs Growth. Previous investors Insight Partners and DTCP also followed on.

honestversion.com - Global Info Research - Global 5G New Radio Non-Standalone Architecture Industry Professional Market Overview Report by 2020-2025
Global 5G New Radio Non-Standalone Architecture Industry Professional Market Overview Report by 2020-2025
Honest Version

This report also researches and evaluates the impact of Covid-19 outbreak on the COVID-19 5G New Radio Non-Standalone Architecture industry, involving potential opportunity and challenges, drivers and risks. We present the impact assessment of…

archdaily.com - Fabian Dejtiar - Luca Tranchino: 'Production Design Uses The Same Language as Architecture'
Luca Tranchino: 'Production Design Uses The Same Language as Architecture'
ArchDaily

Luca Tranchino is a production designer well known for his participation as an art director in Martin Scorsese's Gangs of New York, the Aviator, Hugo Cabret, and Disney's Prince of Persia, among many other productions. His work is designed to take…

theconversation.com - Geoff Hanmer - If architecture is the canary in the coalmine, the outlook for construction is appalling
If architecture is the canary in the coalmine, the outlook for construction is appalling
The Conversation

Architecture suffers before building does. A survey of more than 450 architecture practices conducted by the Association of Consulting Architects finds that two thirds have lost more than 30% of their revenue, and eight in ten have had projects…

siliconrepublic.com - Kelly Earley - Enterprise architecture SaaS firm LeanIX raises $80m
Enterprise architecture SaaS firm LeanIX raises $80m
Silicon Republic

With the $80m in Series D funding, LeanIX plans to invest in international growth plans, while strengthening its complementary solutions for cloud governance. On Wednesday (8 July), Bonn-headquartered enterprise architecture start-up LeanIX…

theconversation.com - James Lesh - Why heritage protection is about how people use places, not just their architecture and history
Why heritage protection is about how people use places, not just their architecture and history
The Conversation

The roar of the crowd at the stadium. Jostling to see the New Year fireworks in the public square. Captivated by the band at the pub. Meeting mates outside the train station. These experiences conjure sites of importance for each of us. As a…

stuff.co.nz - Award-winning Canterbury architecture includes the 'unpretentious
Award-winning Canterbury architecture includes the 'unpretentious
Stuff

There's plenty to love about the latest crop of award-winning architecture projects in the Canterbury and West Coast regions. And once again, timber reigns supreme in many of the nine projects that won Housing Awards in the programme run by Te…

businessinsider.com.au - Melissa Wiley - An architecture studio designed a luxury underground bunker to prepare for the next pandemic, and it has an indoor pool that's meant to mimic the experience of swimming in the sea. Take a look inside.
An architecture studio designed a luxury underground bunker to prepare for the next pandemic, and it has an indoor pool that's meant to mimic the experience of swimming in the sea. Take a look inside.
Business Insider

Courtesy Sergey Makhno ArchitectsRendering of ‘Underground House Plan B.' A design concept for a subterranean doomsday shelter is reimagining the future of apocalypse-proof living. Called “Underground House Plan B,” the…

westernartandarchitecture.com - In the Studio: Among the Cottonwood Trees - Western Art & Architecture
In the Studio: Among the Cottonwood Trees - Western Art & Architecture
westernartandarchitecture.com

Sculptor Star Liana York built her studio next to an acequia on one side, its rushing water a melody to work by, and a pasture on the other, where her horses keep her company. She can watch both the sunrise and set here. It would only make sense…

platformdesigntoolkit.com - The Future of Platform-Ecosystem Thinking: A Sense-Making Session - Platform Design Toolkit
The Future of Platform-Ecosystem Thinking: A Sense-Making Session - Platform Design Toolkit
Platform Design Toolkit 2.0

In this event, based on the research leading to our upcoming Whitepaper New Foundations of Platform-Ecosystem Thinking, you'll gain key insights into the evolving landscape of organising and how to play the right role in the business ecosystems…

thetimes.co.uk - Beyond the front line: the future of medicine after coronavirus | The Times & The Sunday Times
Beyond the front line: the future of medicine after coronavirus | The Times & The Sunday Times
The Times

Making the right connections will transform the UK's healthcare. So what needs to happen next? Everyone in the UK owes the NHS and its staff a huge debt of gratitude for the way they have stepped up to the challenge of the Covid-19 pandemic. Not…

itproportal.com - Sampath Sowmyanarayan - The workplace of the future: The post-Covid-19 wave of remote working
The workplace of the future: The post-Covid-19 wave of remote working
ITProPortal

Every year, think tanks, businesses academics and analysts give their view on the technology trends that they believe will most impact the future workplace—and how those technologies are shaping business technology investment. Over the…

computerweekly.com - Adrian Bridgwater - Modern development - Thundra: The current (and future) state of serverless - CW Developer Network
Modern development - Thundra: The current (and future) state of serverless - CW Developer Network
ComputerWeekly.com

This Computer Weekly Developer Network series is devoted to examining the leading trends that go towards defining the shape of modern software application development. As we have initially discussed here, with so many new platform-level changes now…

pv-magazine.com - pv magazine powered by - Huawei's latest intelligence: Smart PV for future
Huawei's latest intelligence: Smart PV for future
pv magazine International

You recently took over as the new president of Huawei's Smart PV Business Unit. How does your experience lend well to the new function? I have accumulated nearly 12 years' experience in global research and development and seven years' experience in…

hackaday.com - Jenny List - The Latest Linux - On A Floppy In A 486!
The Latest Linux - On A Floppy In A 486!
Hackaday

If you have ever studied the early history of the GNU/Linux operating system in its many forms, you'll have read that [Linus Torvalds] developed his first kernel for his Intel 386-based computer. Though the 386 architecture is now ancient, the…

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