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All over the world public officials are putting new technologies in place to make cities safer, more productive and more efficient.
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Why Learning Rails is Not So Hard

Yes, learning Rails is only a small part of learning Rails. That’s because… Learning Rails is not about learning Rails!
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4 tips to better match your mobile content to mobile behavior and experience.
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Sharing knowledge is important for us and we put a lot of effort into making it as quick and transparent as possible, especially for a team distributed across the globe.
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Here are the ideas we developed during the single day hackathon starting our team retreat. And as always, they are open-source, so you can easily contribute if you find something interesting.
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I was asked to appear at the 2nd meeting of Aula Polska Poznań. The topic was: “Our client, our master: How to satisfy the client and not go crazy”. I got very excited and agreed almost immediately to the talk, but there was a second thought: this was not the way I feel it; this was not the way we do it at Netguru.
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10 Online Payment Service Providers You Need To Know About

If you’re running an e-commerce site then you will undoubtedly be using a payment service provider (PSP) of some sort or another.
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Spree is to web-based sellers what WordPress has traditionally been to bloggers. Here is a list of free, open-source apps that can make your Spree ecommerce experience both easier and more profitable.
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Clutch, a Washington, DC-based analyst firm, recently updated its report on Top Ruby on Rails Developers. We’re pleased to announce that netguru was among a very select group of developers to be named Market Leaders in the final research results.
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Power Up with Stack Overflow

In programming, it’s not the matter of _if_ but rather _when_ you’re going to start asking questions. Some can be answered by your fellow developers, but often you’ll need Google. If you happen to use the same Internet as the rest of the world, you probably have already stumbled upon our pick of today’s post, Stack Overflow.
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When you are a startup ‘software’ firm and you plan to roll out new software, ‘The Minimum Viable Product’ (MVP) is something you need to think of.
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As any self-respecting web designer or developer knows, Bootstrap has become one of the most popular frameworks on the net since it was introduced by Twitter back in 2011. It was envisaged as the answer to the problem of having multiple devs working on one site.
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68.06% of online shopping carts are abandoned before completing the checkout process. Use our tips and checkpoints to help you boost your conversion rates and profits.
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Should startups build new iOS MVP projects in Objective-C or Apple's new language, Swift? When trying to answer this question, it’s helpful to understand a little bit about the history of Objective-C and Swift.
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If you’re a small or medium sized enterprise looking to outsource a development team for the first time, then a nearby destination like Poland is almost certainly the best bet.
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Refactoring - Why?

This short series of blogposts answers the “why”, “how” and “when” of code refactoring.
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As the old saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. But the rise of video marketing is proving that the worth of a video clip might be higher. Thankfully, the times when video creation required spending an arm and a leg are gone.
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After fruitful collaboration on a series of projects, Joseph has recently partnered netguru to expand our services in Israel and the Middle East and more broadly to develop closer, in-person relationships with new and existing clients. It’s time to share with you the story behind and our current plans.
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The very real danger with commenting code is that it becomes outdated while the codebase rapidly evolves. And out of date comments are far worse than no comments. So what's the alternative?
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Using SSL on your website is pretty much mandatory nowadays. Without SSL guarding your connection, almost all data sent or received from a website can be read by 3rd parties. With that in mind, the Netguru dev ops team has put together some tips for improving your ssl setup.
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