Author Archives: Hayim Makabee

About Hayim Makabee

Veteran software developer, enthusiastic programmer, author of a book on Object-Oriented Programming, co-founder and CEO at KashKlik, an innovative Influencer Marketing platform.

Do we need more time or do we need more energy?

Busy people in general apply a simple formula: invest extra hours to get more work done. However I think there is a flawed assumption here: that the quantity of work accomplished grows linearly with the amount of time invested. Besides … Continue reading

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The Myth of Innovation and the First-Mover Advantage

Lots of people today dream about having their own startup company. These aspiring entrepreneurs are constantly looking for ideas, and in general they believe that a good startup idea must be very innovative, and better yet if they can be … Continue reading

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Data Science vs. Software Engineering

The work of a Software Engineer is to analyze a problem, think about a good solution, design it, implement it and then test it. Software Engineers do problem-solving. The work of the Software Engineer ends when he finishes implementing the … Continue reading

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Priorities and Maslow’s hierarchy of needs

Recently, when I was thinking about the priorities of a project I’m working on, I used as a source of inspiration the¬†Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. This hierarchy is usually depicted as a pyramid, as you can see in the image … Continue reading

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KashKlik Pitch at TheHive Demo Day

Last week KashKlik presented at the Demo Day, the event that concludes TheHive accelerator by Gvahim. There were more than a hundred people in the audience, including a panel of investors that judged the startups that participated at TheHive together … Continue reading

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Everything is an experiment: on decisions and retrospectives

In decision-making, we try as much as we can to impact future results based on our previous experience. But every decision is also based on the assumption that its positive consequences will be greater than any possible negative outcome. Therefore, … Continue reading

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To Increase Productivity, Avoid Multitasking

Most people look for ways to increase their productivity. Many of them believe that they will be more productive by handling several tasks simultaneously, what is known as “multitasking”. But this is actually a trap! By trying to perform many … Continue reading

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