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Refactoring - How?

In my previous post, we established that the need to refactor may arise from different situations. Once you are sure refactoring is in order, you should first make sure the rest of your team knows about the ref you are going to do.
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Refactoring - Why?

This short series of blogposts answers the “why”, “how” and “when” of code refactoring.
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Using SSL on your website is pretty much mandatory nowadays. Without SSL guarding your connection, almost all data sent or received from a website can be read by 3rd parties. With that in mind, the Netguru dev ops team has put together some tips for improving your ssl setup.
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A few simple practices you can apply that will take you towards the goal of bulletproof-security.
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A Thank You Letter To My Project Manager

Dearest PM, It’s been only 3 hours since the last iteration, and I already miss you.
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How To Get Developers To Write A Blogpost

As a software house, our primary blog content should be related to technology. This gets us to the issue - how do we get our developers to write?
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How much actual attention and focus is needed to “get the codebase right"?
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Code Ping Pong with DHH - The Aftermath

Thanks to everybody involved in the Code Ping Pong - it was really fun to do this!
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Open Source App To Support Your Culture

We have just released our next open source project called ‘help’ - it’s a simple to run rails application for making it easy to reach out for help within small and medium teams.
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Ups and Downs of Pull Request Flow - part 2

At Netguru, we keep everything on a master branch and deploy as often as we can. Our code review process works on commit by commit basis, and you have to get your code reviewed by somebody, or else your build will fail.
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