Technology is growing at a mind boggling pace affecting our everyday lives more than ever.
A result of this growth is the explosion of computer related tech products and the expansion of new fields in computing. Web & Cloud, Software, Hardware, IoT, Artifical Intelligence, Blockchain to name a few.
Cloud Products are increasing (more like multiplying), and each one of them come with their own intricate details with their specs, APIs, use cases, integrations. In the meanwhile there is a shortage of developers and developer training.
Making it super easy to adopt complex technologies will be a key factor in determining growth and popularity of a technology, platform or product.
Product learning curve can be the difference between winning and losing.
As of this writing AWS surpassed Google Cloud in adoption and one of the reasons is the steep learning curve associated with using Google Cloud.
Once this initial battle is lost, power law suggests that the winner grows exponentially leaving the rest behind.
Build a product, share documentation, assign support engineers, let customers figure it all out and hope for the best.
Developer advocates show how solutions work and educate on the ways a product can be used.
Video tutorials and educational content multiply the effectiveness of developer advocates.
Tech Buzz is a service for producing step by step video & text tutorials. It is an external content cloud for hosting product education material.
Buzz content theme is one of educating and helping users. You can read more about the Buzz Metric here. It is an upvote for being insightful, informative, enabling.
Here is also our new product, CloudMaker.
Founder: Bahadir Balban - Built an embedded hypervisor and microkernel, virtualized the linux kernel, started and sold a high tech company. Profile on Buzz
Back-end SW Engineer: Deepak Gupta - Previous experience with databases, handling the backend and database models. Profile on Buzz
UI / UX Design: Mizko Media, Michael Wong and his team.
Content Editor: Buzz team put together the Buzz editor from libraries made available by Marijn Haverbeke. Marijn helps on a regular basis to improve the Buzz editor.
Engineer/Intern: Claus Marvin Omolo, a Stanford EECS graduate student.
The company Buzz Software Inc is based in Mountain View, CA. We work remotely.