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The difference is simple: product owners deal with the what? and why? questions, while project managers deal with the how? and when?. The former concentrates on thinking about what to build, based on the capabilities of the team, which are the concern of the latter. OK, I guess it’s not that simple - you can’t answer just in one sentence! Let me tell you a bit more how it works.
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Take a look at your bookshelf. Are there any Ruby on Rails books? Read on and update your book shopping list, there's so much more than just blogs and StackOverflow!
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Here comes the next post in the *Today I Learned* series! In each post, we discuss a quick tip or a solution to a problem our developers came across in their projects. This time, our developer Kuba explains how to render templates to strings in Ember.js. Enjoy!
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Working With Distant Time Zones FAQs

For nearly a decade now the trend in international business to globally relocate business services has been on the rise. These services – such as software development - are increasingly being outsourced to specialized providers around the globe for the purposes of lowering labour costs if possible, and accessing a greater talent pool, among other things.
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Are you looking for quick solutions to your problems with code? You'll like our new post cycle: Today I Learned. We’re going to present quick tips which our developers during their everyday work. The first tip comes from Marcin and concerns Deface - the gem used in Spree e-commerce platform. Enjoy!
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A lack of transparent communication and knowledge exchange kills team spirit. To foster an internal culture of content - where we're inspired to share, and enjoy doing so - requires the right tool. Read on to find out why knowledge sharing is important to us and why Confluence is the tool that really fits our needs.
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12 Useful Gems for Automation Software Testing

Everyone makes mistakes, and software development is not an exception. That’s why testing should be an essential part of a developer’s work. You may not think about it in the process, but the truth is simple: while some mistakes in the code won't affect the functionality of the software, the others can have costly or even dangerous outcomes.
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After months of endless work, limitless amounts of coffee, hours upon hours of research and tireless gathering and processing of data, we are proud to announce one of our latest releases: a brand new Property Detective website!
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Boost your web development skills with our list of top Ember.js resources. Whether you are just starting out, at the intermediate level or an advanced web developer, you are sure to find some useful tips to take your programming and JavaScript projects to the next level.
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4 Steps to Great User Onboarding

Gaining users is tough enough on its own – but it’s only half the battle. We’ve put together a list of dos and don’ts you can follow when trying to ensure that your onboarding process offers the best UX possible.
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We’re proud to announce the release of Transterra Media’s first Android application - delivered 100% by Netguru! Read on to find out more about the features and technicalities.
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In a few short years, Sublime Text has evolved as the development tool of choice for serious and casual programmers alike, alongside Vim and Emacs. It is free, lightweight, cross-platform compatible and boasts seemingly endless customization options.
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Are you one of those who open countless tabs in your browser, promising yourself to read all these Ruby on Rails blog posts and tutorials someday? The following podcasts can help to familiarize you with some of the most interesting features of Ruby on Rails.
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If you’re reading this and happen to be a client, please don’t feel offended. Imagine you’re reading the script of a standup comedy performance. But if you're a Project Manager - it's a must-read if you want to communicate with your clients flawlessly.
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How to Hire Right People for Your Startup

Hiring the wrong people is easy to do, but you could hire the right people by just using the right tips. Read on for a few simple solutions for your startup, and check out how we handle the hiring process at Netguru.
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When it comes to accessibility in web design and development, many app developers don’t give much thought to this issue. Read on to find out what you need to know about accessibility standards and what factors you must consider when planning features for your app.
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Will Your App Survive a Bug Bash?

Looking for a quick and effective way of testing your new app while in development? Why not get your whole team involved in a vigorous session of bug bashing?
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What's the best way to keep your project going flawless? By communicating with your Project Manager swiftly and clearly. Check out this list of 10 must-ask questions to your PM and get it started well!
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Time management is one of the most obvious and… the most dreaded aspects of every project. Keeping to your schedule despite unexpected turns of events may seem like chasing dreams that never come true. Fear not! Where there’s a will, there’s a way - and we are here to share useful strategies and tips to help you create a manageable timetable and stick to it with as few exceptions as possible.
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Estimation Myths Debunked!

Estimations are scary. Estimations are tricky. Estimations are never accurate.
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