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Fintech response to COVID-19 When COVID-19 was declared a pandemic in March, it created mass uncertainty for both individuals and the market. Unemployment was on the rise and the stock market was declining. Fintechs, however, were able to leverage their existing skills and assets to assist businesses who struggled with financial liquidity during the crisis.
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It has been two years since we started our data science team. At the beginning, we have built a strong group focused mostly on machine learning. In the meantime, the team has naturally evolved to its present form of two subgroups: data engineering and machine learning. Both focused on the two ends of successful AI adoption, working hand to hand.
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In today’s world people still argue about what or who DevOps is. Some may say it is a person who writes CI/CD or manages cloud infrastructure, others claim that it is a culture and knowledge-sharing attitude. If you are reading this post, you most probably have your own opinion on that matter. There probably isn’t a single “right” answer to the question. Whichever way you understand “DevOps”, you need to use some specific tools, and in this article I’ll share some insights on how we handle our processes at Netguru. I could have just listed all common DevOps tools, but there are plenty of articles about that on the Internet, so let me focus on Netguru's way of using 5 selected tools. As a tasty starter let me tell you that some of those were developed internally! 
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No one was prepared for what the COVID-19 pandemic has brought upon the world. Social isolation has pushed some companies out of business, forcing others to reorganize the way they work in order to stay afloat.
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Darajat is a unique project that combines strong commercial potential with social impact that can improve the lives of millions of families in the region.  We talked with Abdulla Hayat, co-founder and CEO at Al Darajat, a Kuwait-based company with bold plans to disrupt the education system in Egypt, Kuwait, and more.
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For several years now, React Native has been a hot topic in the mobile development world. No wonder – it took the tech world by storm by offering a way to develop mobile apps for both iOS and Android simultaneously. 
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The key to the successful implementation of digital healthcare solutions is patient engagement. Without mutual trust between healthcare providers and patients, even the most sophisticated technological solutions won’t improve patients’ medical outcomes. We gathered experts from across digital healthcare – both from dynamic startups like Keto-Mojo, as well as enterprises like Roche – and with this patient-centered approach in mind, discussed the essential aspects of patient engagement:
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If you are reading this a few years after the publication you might remember the COVID-19 crisis. Entire teams ended up working from their homes and we needed to deal with it. Half the battle is won when we as a team are well organised, synced, experienced or used to remote work. It’s worse, if we are not. The trouble could stem from many factors – a new team, its restructuring (team members joining and leaving), lack of experience or motivation for remote work, lack of a proper work environment in our apartment/house, hard economic situation, struggles in our families and many, many more.
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If I ask you to give 5 reasons to participate in an IT project - what would they be? If the project were commercial - probably money and fame. The technology stack and industry seem to also be important factors. In case of open source initiatives, we would probably count Github stars and LinkedIn publications as well. What if I told you I just experienced a different perspective?
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Now more than ever, video conferencing is going to enter and influence our everyday lives. I had a chance to talk about it with Aaron Burcell, a video industry expert and a “veteran” of Silicon Valley startups. In the past, Aaron has had a hand in developing video companies such as Grockit, Loop.tv, and Vevo. Aaron Burcell is now CEO of methinks, an extremely interesting platform that proves that video conferencing can be applied to many parts of our life and business – communicating and working remotely is only the tip of the iceberg.
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