Amazon Web Services has launched a new cloud service that lets non-programmers build mobile and web applications, plans for which we first reported in January 2018. Called “Honeycode,” the service shows how AWS is moving beyond basic cloud offerings like servers and databases by developing products that appeal to new types of customers. It’s also an example of how AWS likes to take complex...
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Patreon Considers Public Listing as Soon as This Year
Patreon, the online service that allows podcasters, musicians and other artists to receive direct financial support from fans, is considering a public listing as soon as this year, said a person with knowledge of discussions. The San Francisco startup has met with banks and has been approached by special purpose acquisition companies, though the latter path to the public markets isn’t...
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