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Past articles by Ron:

Pylon wants to make it easier to manage B2B conversations in Slack

Pylon, an early-stage startup, has built a tool to make it easier to monitor and manage B2B customer conversations in Slack. → Read More

M&A is back and the enterprise is hot

After a long M&A drought, we saw a lot of activity this week as companies looking for AI and data startups went shopping. → Read More

Speakeasy is using AI to automate API creation and distribution

Speakeasy is using AI to automate the creation and distribution of APIs, greatly simplifying what had been a time-consuming activity. → Read More

Snowflake and Databricks are putting the data stored in their services to work

Snowflake and Databricks are on similar tracks, and both announced tools to help customers put stored data stored to work in AI apps. → Read More looks to simplify event streaming with open source and SaaS products, an early stage startup, is going after complex event streaming applications with open source and SaaS products. → Read More

Snowflake-Nvidia partnership could make it easier to build generative AI applications

Snowflake announced a container service and a partnership with Nvidia that helps customers build custom LLMs using data stored in Snowflake. → Read More

Cisco increases its network monitoring capabilities with a couple of acquisitions

Cisco announced a pair of startup acquisitions today, grabbing Accedian and SamKnows, a small UK startup. → Read More

Adobe indemnity clause designed to ease enterprise fears about AI-generated art

In an effort to ease fears related to using artwork generated with AI, Adobe has a clause that indemnifies users against copyright lawsuits. → Read More

Designers hated Figma’s collaborative design tool at first, but grew to love it

Figma launched in 2012 with the goal of building a design tool in the browser, an idea many engineers thought was foolhardy at the time. → Read More

What happens if regulators nix the $20B Adobe-Figma deal?

With regulators looking closely, it’s not a stretch to wonder if the deal will ever happen. But if it does, would the deal be a net-positive for Figma? → Read More

Bridge 2 Technologies is making it easier for companies to find diverse vendors

Bridge 2 Technologies announced a new platform today that helps bring together diverse vendors with corporations looking to hire them. → Read More

Harness releases generative AI assistant to help increase developer efficiency

Harness has always been focused on developer efficiency, and today the company announced AIDA, a new generative AI developer assistant. → Read More

Oso sees huge opportunity in simplifying authorization for developers

Oso, a startup that helps developers add authorization to applications, via an open source and SaaS product, announced a $15M investment. → Read More looks to innovation to chip away at Google’s search dominance is a small startup trying to take on search giant Google with AI, innovation and a focus on privacy. → Read More

Deepchecks snags $14M seed to continuously validate ML models

As companies increasingly build machine learning models, DeepChecks, an Israeli startup can help by continuously validating the model. → Read More

Canva introduces new developer tools and $50M investment fund

Canva, the design tool from Australia, announced the release of a new set of tools for developers to build apps on top of the Canva platform. → Read More

After investing $28B in Slack, Salesforce bets on one of its own as new CEO

We sat down one on one with the new Slack CEO Lidiane Jones to learn more about Salesforce's Slack integration and what it's like taking over for a charismatic founder-CEO. → Read More

Salesforce could be repositioning itself as a data company

As Salesforce delves deeper into AI, the data exhaust from its core products could eventually be its most valuable asset. → Read More

Xonai looks to reduce cloud bills by optimizing data infrastructure

Xonai, an early stage startup, helps companies reduce the cost of their cloud bills by running data-intensive applications more efficiently. → Read More

Ariga is helping developers define database schema as code

Ariga, an Israeli startup, has come up with a way to write database schema as code with an open source and SaaS version of the solution. → Read More