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RedMonk’s analytical foundations, part 1: 2003–2005

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Since RedMonk is turning 10 this week, I wanted to add my own contribution. While Steve talked about some of our best predictions, I’m going to talk about some of what I see as RedMonk’s foundational works, which continue to define our philosophy and approach today.

To collate this list, I’ve read everything that everyone at RedMonk has ever published. If you thought that would take a long time, you’d be absolutely right. If you read all of these links as well as those in the next posts in the series, let me know and I’ll happily buy you a beer (or the beverage of your choice) next time I see you.

2003

2004

2005

by-sa

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