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I use LinkedIn. *A lot*. I have over 2500 connections. Admittedly, 500 or so are from the less glamorous times when I added anyone and everyone who wanted to be added without any discretion on my end. But most connections are actual people that I “know.”
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Having a company blog that is regularly populated with fresh content has become a very important factor in online discovery and audience attraction. This is especially true for small businesses and startups that don’t have large marketing budgets to spend on high visibility campaigns. Company blogs have made top-of-mind-marketing accessible to all business owners, startups and entrepreneurs, but while this type of marketing is now very affordable it hasn’t diminished the effort required.
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Having a programming session with a potential recruit is only one element of the hiring puzzle, but it's often the most important one.
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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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Ups and Downs of Pull Request Flow - part 1

We are often asked if our teams use feature branches and/or pull requests in our projects. When we say no, the next question is usually followed by some form of “don’t you guys care about quality?”.
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How to Join Netguru in 5 Steps

The recruitment process here at Netguru has changed a lot since we first began. In today’s post, I would like to share advice for what is important when we recruit and what the main factors we focus on during the process.
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A CTO nostalgia. 2013 and a look back.

With a brand new 2014 at our doorways it's a good moment to stop for a few seconds and think back. Everytime I do that, I'm surprised how much has changed around here. It's my 6th year at netguru.
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7 Reasons Behind Launching A New Website

Around a month ago we launched a new company website. It’s our second new website within 12-14 months, and we are planning to release a new one every year. At least dozen of people ask why we’ve launched new websites even though the old ones are still quite fresh. Here are 7 reasons why launching new website can be beneficial:
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October Ruby on Rails Workshops

What a great weekend it was! We’ve just finished our Ruby on Rails workshops and now, after two days of coding we are back to reality. It was a real pleasure to organize such an event for all the great participants!
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I am a Rails developer at Netguru, and every now and then, I get interested in other languages or frameworks that we can use to build web apps. Just recently, I experimented with node & express, but now I’d like to try some Python (and Django) and walk you through the process of what I experience as a Rails developer learning Django.
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