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Welcome to the second part of ‘How To Choose A SaaS Development Team’. Part 1 explained the risks and pitfalls of enthusiastic, entrepreneurial coders taking on a whole SaaS project alone - it might nonetheless be somewhat irresponsible and prone to failure (read part 1 especially if you disagree with that). Now, let’s move on to the building and running of a rocking SaaS product by a team. What kind of team should you look for? Read on to find out!
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Knowing that your mobile app is still installed is valuable information. Standard analytics packages like Google Analytics and Mixpanel can easily provide feedback regarding app engagement like launches, features tapped, and time spent in an app session.
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There is much demand for SaaS these days from all manner of companies. Indeed, the cloud has been – and will continue to be – one of the greatest assets to the modern business, and particularly SMEs. With monthly pay-as-you-go pricing schemes lowering barriers to entry for even the smallest of businesses, combined with flexibility, scalability and accessibility, it’s no wonder that the future will skew increasingly towards SaaS models as time presses on. But there’s a problem. You know that you’re not going to be able to build, deploy and maintain the product all by yourself – so how do you go about choosing the perfect SaaS development team that’s going turn your idea into a very lucrative reality?
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To tell you the truth, it’s hard for me to imagine our daily workflow without Slack, here at Netguru. I would be no exaggeration to say that next to Jira — our favorite utility for project management — and Hubspot, which we use for marketing activities and Salesforce for tracking sales, Slack is the most important tool in our company. After over a year of Slacking we’ve already picked out our favourite features and discovered many useful tricks that have revolutionized the way we communicate. Check out our Slack hacks and start slacking like a pro.
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Today is another happy day for Netguru. One more time, our founders Wiktor Schmidt and Kuba Filipowski have been placed on the prestigious list of the most creative people in business published by Brief magazine. Two years ago they were placed on 38th position, while this year, they were ranked 13.
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How to Become a Designer? - Read My Story

I’ve been a designer since 2007, but designing in UX design agency is not the only thing I do. During the course of an average day at work I ask — and, moreover, answer — many questions. Recently I’ve noticed that one of the most popular is… how to become a designer. That’s why I’ve decided to share with you some details from my true story...
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Yay! We have some big news. Netguru and Typeform are collaborating on a joint project called State of Stack. Together we’re making it easier for developers to know which skills are most desirable in today’s marketplace.
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As a developer, you want market relevant skills that keep you up to date with industry trends. But how do you know what the market really needs? How do you stay relevant in an industry that’s constantly changing?
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The concept of taste is an individual matter. While it may be easy to say whether something is nice, we might find it more difficult to justify such an opinion. Nowadays, the lines between "pretty” vs “ugly" have become more blurred and less relevant.  Do we now pay more attention to whether a product is useful? In this article I’ve tried to identify the most important traits of well-designed digital products and give you some examples which you might want to bear in mind while designing yours.
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Thank you! You are either smart, have the opportunity and/or the budget to hire a designer. If you know the right person, this article is not for you. For the rest… Welcome to the void. What to do? Where to go? Well, I can assure you what you should definitely not do. Don’t go to Google and type in designers for hire, don’t go to Dribbble, Behance. No. Not just yet. I know it’s hard to hold your horses and not to rush headlong into nice portfolio pictures. Take a step back and follow our advice first.
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