Are you looking for explosive information that will ruin your life? Do you want to sleep even less? Are you interested in more worries and stress? Well, you’re in luck!
In my latest article for Superb’s blog, I dissected a piece by the New York Times investigative journalism team titled “Twelve Million Phones, One Dataset, Zero Privacy”. They analyzed the shady underbelly of the location data industry and commerce, and I analyzed them doing it. That’s the only funny bit I have about this, the rest is scarier than “Rosemary’s Baby”, and equally as truthful.
Long story short: It was heavily edited and I wasn’t satisfied with the published version.
I’m ok with it, don’t get me wrong. The client had the right to do so. And very good reasons that had nothing to do with me.
But, it doesn’t showcase my best writing. And professional photographers only show you their best pictures.
Then I thought, maybe I’m not particularly proud of the piece, but it does showcase other qualities. It shows that I’m a team player and I don’t take edits personally.
It is what it is, let’s work.
About the article, first things first: Magento is an Ecommerce software. It’s also a SaaS if you take that option.
Let’s start with the basics. The first Magento 2 version came out on November 17, 2015. The behemoth Adobe acquired the company in 2018. With its resources and expertise, the platform is expected to grow exponentially. According to Hosting Tribunal: “over 250,00 active sites use Magento”, but “only 11,000 of those run on Magento 2.”