Getting away from the dewy eyed fanboys and looking dispassionately at the set of figures that Apple posted yesterday for its fiscal third quarter, one would have to say that there are some quite positive signs for the iconic company - with one massive proviso.
It’s not inevitable a high-growth company has to sacrifice the close and non-bureaucratic culture it enjoyed as a start-up. The key is to make culture the number one piece in your hiring, says Simon Eid.
Celebrating its one-year anniversary in the APJ region with an impressive 25% growth in customers, the Sydney leg of PagerDuty's Connect conference showcased the company's success, its customers' success, panel discussions and more.
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