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As a product owner you have a vision for the final product. However, it sometimes turns out that it’s impossible to carry out the development process strictly as you planned. You have to create a new actionable plan together with your development team. In this article we share our lessons learned over the 8 years of working with clients. We will also shed some light on the risks associated with poor communication during this step. Learn how to keep a smooth transition from ideas to outcomes.
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Are you having problems with adding new features to your project easily? Are you unable to quickly make significant changes to the project? Maybe you spent a lot of money and aren’t seeing results from the development team? As a product owner, you might want to rewrite the application from scratch. Take a look at the possible advantages and disadvantages of such a solution and make a wise decision.
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Third-party integrations can help you automate development work with Pull Requests and Issues on GitHub. Read our mini guide on why you should use them and which ones you should choose.
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So, you’ve just received a new Rails project. What comes next? Or what should come next? First of all, grab pen and paper. I’m not kidding. At the end of the day, you will toss these writings in the trash, but for now, your notebook is your most valuable tool. Ready? Go through all the points below. If you encounter something odd or different to the normal Rails way, write it down.
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Okay, so you have an idea for a product. Congratulations - you’ve just made your first step on the path to success. But it also means that it’s time for your first important decision —  who should be in charge of developing your product. Basically, you have three options: hire a full time talent for your in-house development team, bring in a software consulting agency like Netguru or go for freelance contractors.
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Netguru has worked with dozens of clients, ranging from startups to big corporations, for more than 8 years now. One of the key strategic decisions for any organisation thinking about software development is whether to hire full-time employees, freelance contractors or an agency like Netguru. Here are my tips on calculating the cost of each option, and what to look for when discussing pricing with agencies.
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Eric Spery is a career Java developer and long time IT manager. He's senior vice president at My Dobot, a San Francisco / Denver based startup developing a mobile finance management tool. The company was founded by three former industry insiders who had seen the wizard behind the curtain, and wanted to create a better way forward – because everyone has the right to financial health. Read the interview in which we asked Eric why they decided to work with remote teams and where My Dobot is now.
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Dynamic staging or integration uses the combined power of Docker and Docker Compose which is a tool that lets you easily configure and link containers with a single YAML file as well as build containers with linked services, such as databases, redis, etc. Take a look at how to set up an automatic Docker staging and how we do it at Netguru.
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Right now, we are witnessing the comeback of the functional paradigm in software development. Companies are trying to see whether they can use languages such as Haskell, Clojure or Erlang in some parts of the software and whether they perform better than object-oriented approaches, e.g. Ruby.
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Our Favourite Devops Tools - Check Them Now

When we’re building an app, we sometimes have to choose tools to help us manage servers and make our life and work easier. At Netguru, we work on many applications, and we manage a lot of servers, so here we present a list of tools we use on a daily basis - tools which we like and would recommend using.
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