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.

The Story of a Young Oleh – Taglit 2019

In  the beginning of the year I gave a presentation about my experience as a New Oleh (immigrant) in Israel. The audience was a group of young Brazilian professionals visiting Israel as part of the Taglit project. They were very … Continue reading

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Data Science: Set Similarity Metrics

In this article I would like to present several metrics to calculate the similarity between sets of items. I’ve been analyzing diverse metrics as part of an investigation I’m doing to improve the targeting of digital advertising campaigns. These set … Continue reading

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My Workshop on Software Architecture for Agile Development

Yesterday I had the pleasure to present a full-day workshop about Software Architecture for Agile Development. The audience was composed of software architects, team leaders and senior software developers. This was the description of the workshop: This workshop will be … Continue reading

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Doing difficult things for the first time

If I summarize the year of 2018 I can say that I tried to do many difficult things, and many of these things I have tried to do for the first time. This is the reality for most entrepreneurs. When … Continue reading

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Networking is Overrated: Focus on Your Reputation

I’ve observed in recent years that many professionals became obsessed with networking. These are the people who constantly participate in conferences, meetups and other kinds of networking events. They like to collect business cards and feel excited whenever they connect … Continue reading

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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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