beasty

beasty

mod. [of a person] undesirable; yucky. (California.) You are like, so like, beasty!
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Product marketing manager Colin Beasty says the software's simplicity is "our biggest competitive differentiator.
A 'job' can be anything a developer can develop," says Beasty.
Since many routine jobs are often run in the early morning so they don't interfere with workday server traffic, IT staff members can use the date and time automation to set up the workflow "like an alarm clock," Beasty says.
In the future, the company will focus on intelligent automation, which Beasty says leverages historical data and performance metrics that are reported to ActiveBatch.
Companies such as Beasty Bling, a high-end pet jewelry brand, and Dog Boutique, a lush West Hollywood pet product retailer, are seeing sales increase.
We love our pets as we do our children, and what parent wouldn't make sure that their child's needs were met before theirs," said Kate Noto, designer and CEO of Beasty Bling.
Beasty Bling is a pet jewelry brand that exemplifies the unbridled love and affection we have for our pets and fashion.