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jim_roddy
Click to view contentThe New Year is just around the corner – hooray! Before we douse ourselves in optimism and egg nog, allow me to share with you insights from a book that’s bound to make you temporarily less cheery. Acclaimed business author Jim Collins wrote How The Mighty Fall “to offer a research-grounded perspective of how decline can happen, even to those that… (Show more)
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gjsissons
Click to view contentA Primer on Card Processing Fees  For developers who have worked mostly with gateways, coding to a payment processor can be a different experience. The interfaces can feel a little more complicated, but it turns out that understanding arcane topics like interchange fees, assessments and discount rates vs. interchange plus is worth the effort -… (Show more)
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jim_roddy
Click to view contentI usually let book titles stand on their own, but I had to include the subtitle “Resolving the Heart of Conflict” along with The Anatomy of Peace or you might have just scrolled right past this article. I mean you’re an executive/software developer, not an army general, so what does “peace” have to do with you, right? But resolving conflict… (Show more)
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daniperea
Welcome to the TechTribe! I’m Dani Perea, the community manager of Vantiv O.N.E.. Our goal here is to make your integration with Vantiv products successful by: Providing you with key information and resources Connecting you with experts and other developers who can help you work through challenges Giving you a space to collaborate on and… (Show more)
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andrew.harris
  In your mind what would be the outcome if a crowd of 500 payment geeks spread out in a large banquet room in Vegas for 36 hours? Do we truly understand the problems we are being asked to solve? Do we have visions of grandeur and want to pitch something revolutionary to get some coin? Or are we really anxious to see the actual APIs that the… (Show more)
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andrew.harris
It has become a necessity for organization to work in the cloud.   While there are many cloud adoption strategies to choose from, what did you choose and what worked for your organization?   What advice do you have for others looking to make the jump? Are you just beginning your journey?    Join in the discussion and the first 20 replies will… (Show more)
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nastya_schetinkina
Click to view contentWe're currently conducting the WorldPay's Developer Insights Survey - a survey to explore the landscape of developers coding for payments and commerce. Here are some highlights we've collected so far:    Almost 75% of respondents identify as full-stack or back-end developers: About 1/3 develop computer software and nearly 1/4 are coding for into… (Show more)
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daniperea
Click to view contentNext week, Money20/20 is putting on the best Fintech hackathon in the world, and Worldpay is sending 5 of our own to compete. The challenge: to design solutions for a simpler, fairer, and more inclusive financial system for businesses and society as a whole.    The team will be competing for $100k in cash prizes as well as for fame and glory.  … (Show more)
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daniperea
Click to view content  We randomly selected 3 winners from our Developer Survey participants. These lucky, lucky winners will receive a sweet $100 Amazon gift card!     Congrats to: ajohnstone frank jodi@vinbalance.com   Haven't entered the survey yet? There's still a chance to win $500. Increase your odds by taking all 3 surveys:  Survey 1 Survey 2 Survey 3  … (Show more)
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jim_roddy
Click to view content  A conversation I had with the owner of a Worldpay ISV partner three months ago went something like this: ISV: “There’s this great salesperson I’ve known for years – he’s the kind of guy who could open lots of doors for us. I’ve been trying to convince him to join our team for six or seven weeks now, but he’s still not sure.” Me: “Wouldn’t you… (Show more)
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