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Refactoring - When?

This short series of blogposts answers the why, how, and when of code refactoring. If you are... a manager or client of a dev team who wants to understand why your team chooses to spend time on things that don’t show immediately tangible results, a developer who needs to explain to a manager or client why you have to spend time on something that yields non-tangible results, ...then this blog post was made just for you!
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If we were to invent a Netguru alphabet, the letter “R” would unquestionably stand for review. Why? It helps us avoid mistakes, develop our skills, and achieve the best performance possible. See how the continual review process can improve the team’s workflow and help employees evolve in no time at all.
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How to Make Error Pages Work for You

Do you happen to see error pages in your nightmares? Good news - there’s a cure to these bad dreams! Follow a few simple guidelines and make visitors stay on your site even if they see the dreaded error page.
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Why Feature Testing is Important

Listen up, folks! Here's my story on how I ran away from bug nests to enter Behavioral-Driven Development and realised that it will be hard for me to live without feature testing.
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Below we’ve put together a list of the most common mistakes that web designers and developers make. Prevention is always better than cure - see what to avoid on your own website.
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Let's take a look at some common challenges that startups face when developing an online marketing strategy, and suggest some effective solutions.
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Come in and get 10 industry-leading business solutions which can put your e-commerce site on the winners' list.
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Sensitive business data are valuable to hackers, so startups need to take steps to make it secure. Here are a few measures you can take to protect yours.
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In contrast to the imperative programming, declarative programming is about describing what you're trying to achieve, without instructing how to do it. Read on and check out my presentation on programming paradigms.
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The clarity of readme files is critical for software developers. That information varies from installation instructions to potential bugs and depends on the nature of the software. Fortunately, there is a set of good practices to follow if you want your ReadMe to be neat.
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Supporting newbies is our job—it helps them adapt to the new environment and get to their full potential quicker. Read on for an inside look at our onboarding process.
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Are you looking for resources to get the best use out of AngularJS? We’ve put together a comprehensive list of tutorials, podcasts and guides, perfect for those who either get started or try to improve their skills.
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9 Ways to Keep Your QA Happy (And Efficient!)

Your QA team has their hands full of work to catch up with everything they get from PMs, developers and you - the client. If you are curious on the best way to make a QA’s life easier, have a read below.
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Do you agree with Richard Branson that remote teamwork is the future of business? Great! Here are 5 apps that will improve your team's results in a quick and easy way.
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Best Online Resources to Master Rails

Dive into Rails and pick up the skills you need as you go with these helpful resources list.
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We are very pleased to announce that Flat6 Labs, a Startup Accelerator supporting entrepreneurs from all across the UAE & the MENA region, has just joined our fantastic partners crowd, strengthening our bonds with the Middle East market.
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Deploying Ruby on Rails Apps On VPS

I would like to introduce you to a method for deploying Ruby on Rails applications entirely on your own terms. It's not a free solution, but it’s definitely affordable and you will have a much more fun coding in Ruby without all the paywall drawbacks. No need to explore the secrets of DevOps.
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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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The smart home revolution has in fact already begun. According to Gartner Inc. there are already more than a million homes in the US that are currently outfitted with some kind of smart technology**. And by 2022, Gartne says, a typical family home will be equipped with around 500 connected devices.
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How many times have you finished a call and felt full of excitement about the plans discussed, only to struggle to remember a few days later what you discussed? Forgetting details is something that everyone does, but there’s a simple solution: get into the habit of writing a short summary of every call, and then adding it to the email thread about the project.
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