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Finding the right work environment for you in the IT industry isn’t easy. You might want to be surrounded by like-minded experts who will challenge you and help you grow as a professional. Or perhaps you’re most interested in working on exciting projects, using cutting-edge tools and technologies. Let’s not forget that work-life balance and meeting interesting people in the office are crucial to maintaining motivation and engagement. You know what though? We really think that applying for a job at Netguru could be the opportunity you’ve been looking for. Here are seven reasons why.
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Our recruitment process is simple and has no secrets. We’ve written at length about tips & tricks on how to join Netguru and how pair programming helps us choose the best talent.
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So you’ve decided to learn Ruby? Great to hear! It’s always a pleasure to introduce another person into the Ruby community.
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This post will give you an idea what skills and knowledge are required for project managers and whether technical expertise is the protein or a spice.
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How can you avoid the headache of having multiple heavy features or services on your web app? You may add more resources or refactor, or perhaps pile up on external services – but that doesn't help when users come back with more requests for new features.  We look at how combining Node.js with Lambda AWS and Serverless can solve some of these problems. 
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What is augmented reality? Augmented reality has become quite a popular term in the past few years thanks to Google Glass, but the idea is older than the first Android phone. Do you remember the Terminator movie? The main hero’s vision mapped the nearby area and displayed additional information about objects or people. And that, in essence, was AR.
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How to Choose the Best Mobile Development Company?

According to Statista, as of Q3 2019, there are almost 2.5 million apps in the Google Play store and 1.8 million apps in Apple’s AppStore. The demand for mobile apps is constantly growing. In 2018, the number of mobile app downloads worldwide reached 194 billion, compared to less than 145 billion in 2016.
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Most web applications are fundamentally similar – they get input from users then process and store it. The end result usually shows the processed input to users in the form of an output. These applications are usually called CRUDs – this means that the infrastructure (the core components that work together) needed to support a typical product can stay almost the same for most startups. This article will show you the core components and how to design your infrastructure in a way that it is efficient, scalable and cost-effective.
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Rapid advances in technology allow us to observe our environment on a larger scale and in greater detail. Due to this fact, the popularity of hyperspectral imaging is increasing, especially in agriculture, ecology and environmental monitoring, urban planning, and many more. Applications are limitless, such as detecting concentration of greenhouse gases, monitoring crop irrigation levels to prevent crop waste, or detecting and classifying pollution of water bodies.
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Digital Transformation is in full swing in the banking sector, and it’s brought along a number of crucial advantages to financial institutions. But mobile banking – possibly the most important innovation from users’ perspective – comes with a number of risks. In this article, we will look at why security is such a complex issue for banking, and we’ll analyse ten security flaws that no mobile banking app should have.
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Though skilled mobile developers are among the most sought-after experts in the IT industry, finding the right job can be challenging even for them, because it’s difficult to spot the best opportunities out there. This is why we want to let you in on our approach to building mobile apps. We’re also going to tell you about some of the projects we’ve worked on – to help potential future team members decide whether they want to join us.
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Booking a room can sometimes be a challenge, especially when you are in a hurry and your meetings pop up unexpectedly. We all have situations in which we try to make a room reservation on the phone while moving from one place to another, which is not the most convenient option. That’s why at one of our hackathons we came up with an app which will allow us to make room reservations instantly, without having to open our computers and with minimal interaction with our phones.
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Mobile banking apps are bound to become the most important channel for bank customers to access banking services. CACI predicts that by 2021 mobile banking will become the biggest channel in terms of users in the UK. Apps will overtake high street branches to claim the number one spot. The study shows that the proportion of customers using apps for banking will continue to rise in the UK over the next four years, reaching 71% by 2024. Currently, it oscillates around 45%.
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Different tactics for scaling of companies, the best use cases of machine learning in financial services, the pros and cons of corporate ventures, embedded insurance - these are just a few of the things we discussed during Disruption Forum Paris #DFParis2019.
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Application that monitors your child - the idea Being a parent to a newborn is always stressful. There are many questions popping up: will I manage with all the new duties? Should I watch the baby all the time? What if the baby needs me and I am not there? 
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One of the pillars of modern recruitment strategies is the recent trend to combine the seemingly impossible process automation and the human 2 human candidate experience. This is especially true in IT, where talent pool is shrinking dramatically. From the first contact with a candidate, through the entire recruitment process, a properly designed candidate experience is what lets both sides make a well-informed decision on whether they’ll be a good professional match.
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A few months back I had the opportunity to be a part of a project in which the goal was to design an app helping surgeons perform operations. The app was unique in that it adopted the rigid checks and procedures used in military aviation.
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It’s only natural that you want your product to be a roaring success. It is also understandable that you want to build it in the most cost-effective way possible. But, saving money by cutting back on product designers could actually prove to be a false economy in the long run. 
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What even is UX writing?, you might ask. Well, imagine if you were a copywriter, but your job was, for the most part, disconnected from trying to sell the product. Instead, you’re responsible for making the product communicate its capabilities on its own, as clearly as possible.
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Do you know this proverb: “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” What if you decide to go far and fast... together? This is what we experience here at Netguru. We know that we are strong only as a close-knit team. We must go together. Besides, the more the merrier. We want to reach ambitious goals rather than rest on our laurels. We want to go far. Finally, we know that we can go far as a team only if we quickly react to market trends. We have to move fast in a truly Agile way. Under such circumstances, we must constantly make sure that we are all on the same page. How do we do that? The answer is simple: knowledge sharing.
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