Weekly Startup Digest #1
Feb 28, 2024
The secret of getting ahead is getting started - Mark Twain
Microsoft is really going for it. Since the recent drama with OpenAI, Microsoft is looking to diversify its partnerships with the best-performing AI startups. Mistral is a 10-month-old Paris-based AI startup which has been pushing the open-source AI model space continuously.
Reddit will conduct its initial public offering sometime in March 2024 and plans to allow 75,000 of its power users to buy shares at the IPO.
Quora has mastered the SEO game. Now they even use AI-written content to target SEO. However, the website is dying, and users are leaving the platform at a rapid rate.
Great write-up on how wrong product strategy could fail great companies.
Stability.ai released their latest diffusion model for an early preview. It uses a new type of diffusion transformer (similar to Sora) with bunch of quality improvements.
Google just released state of the art (performance at size) open models in 2B and 7B sizes.
Great collection of modern web design catalog for inspiration.
Quickly generate color pallet for product branding and use them directly in Tailwind CSS.
Amazing video with great insights into derivative market.
Is the future of work going to look like this?
UV is an extremely fast Python package install written in Rust designed as a replacement for pip and pip-tools workflows. By same developers of Ruff, fast Python linter and formatter so looks promising.
Testcontainers is an open source framework for providing throwaway, lightweight instances of databases, message brokers, web browsers, or just about anything that can run in a Docker container.
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