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New Thoughts on Checklists

We use checklists regularly in our internal processes. I have written about our approach to checklists in a previous article, and I want to show an example of one of our checklists, and share approaches to using them.
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Great news! We’re proud to announce that one of our great Clients - Transterra Media - has been selected as one of the 100 most promising startups worldwide by Red Herring. Congrats guys!
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netguru:behind the redesign

Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve managed to squeeze in time to work on our homepage redesign. Finally, the D-day has come and we’ve clicked the ‘deliver’ button!
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Continuously integrate your DNS setup

A little while ago, the service that Netguru used to host DNS for our domains (Zerigo) suffered from a severe DNS attack that managed...
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I’ve used Rails now for about three and a half years, two of which have been as a developer at Netguru. But before Netguru, I was a PHP developer for 5 years in various companies. I had been trying my strength in C, C++, Java, and other languages, but I couldn’t find one that fit me. It was a hard decision to switch to a different language and start all over again from scratch, but looking back on it now, I can say it was worth it.
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Staging strategies (beta, pre-stage, QA)

One of the most important questions asked by a new web developer is….what the hell this is this “staging” thing ?! The answer is simple.
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What Makes Remote Working Work?

During a recent presentation at Startup Safary, a startup community event held in Berlin, we at Netguru spoke upon the lessons we’ve learned about remote working.
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Barcelona, BaRuCo & Boat!

Last week was sponsored by the letter B for Barcelona, BaRuCo and, well, Boat :> Below you can find a sum-up of the best moments our guys experienced during the 2-day Ruby conference in sunny Spain.
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Win VIM! hacks

Do you find yourself: - ack’ing (or better yet grep’ing) your source code to find a method? - using gem open and similar? - browsing online documentation and checking method arguments? If you are doing anything listed above, you don’t have to anymore!
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The End Of The Web Development

In the last couple of years I’ve been watching the technologies around me developing and shifting in different directions. I’ve have seen symbian systems on Nokia phones blooming and then fading away. It was the best mobile OS once, you know.
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