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In one of my previous posts I was trying to answer the question why London might be the best place for a startup in the world. In another, I suggested that London is the number one place for Fintech startups in the world. The most recent statistics seem to prove it.
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London and New York have been fighting for the title of the global financial centre for years. Both have strong claims. The rivalry between the two is one of the most favourite topics in financial media.
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As we all know, high quality code is reflected in the success of the application, but it is also one of the main factors encouraging developers to get involved with a project and has a direct impact on developers’ efficiency. Check out how easily you can improve your code even further in Ember with the new plugin and config we open-sourced recently - ‘eslint-plugin-netguru-ember’ and ‘eslint-config-netguru-ember’.
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It’s spawned startups worth billions, constantly attracts multi-million pound investments, and is home to some of the most respected and influential startup gurus the world has to offer. Yes, I’m talking (once again) about London.
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The London startup scene is the biggest in Europe and it's growing faster than any ecosystem in the US. It's the most diversified startup ecosystem in the world. It has an exceptional market reach and you can meet the most affluent clients and investors there. Finally, London-based startups know how to make use of the best talent pools on the planet.
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With a wide range of tech hubs and startup incubators, the conditions for growing a business in London are more than favourable. Being close to influencers and conferences is obviously a great advantage. On the other hand, however, the cost of running a business in London is much higher than in any other European city. One possible solution to this problem is to hire a remote development team, but many companies are afraid of doing so because they think that they will have more control over an in-house team. There are 5 reasons why they might want to change their mind.
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Imagine this: It's 2 am, and you’ve just got an urgent call. The server with your application setup is down. Now, you have to restore the application on a different server. The quicker you bring the server back to life, the better.  What do you do?
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If you’re gonna make it as a startup, then you’re gonna make it in London. In case you didn’t catch it, my last blog here – ‘Top 10 Most Successful Startups In London 2016’ – pays testimony to that. From FinTech ventures like Funding Circle and TransferWise, to property gurus RightMove and Zoopla, to fashion retailers ASOS and Farfetch, London is home to some of the most prosperous tech startups in the world.
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Designing web and mobile applications is a complex process, which consists of multiple stages. The complexity of the process makes it very easy to make seemingly insignificant mistakes. Unfortunately, those mistakes can have serious consequences, even though they might seem small and unimportant at first – for instance, an unnecessary line of code. In order to minimise the risk of making such deceptively harmless mistakes, it is crucial to create processes and procedures. Below, you will find what the key features of an efficient process are and how we create procedures in Netguru.
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Setup ESLint For Your Ember Project And Save Time

You probably noticed that even in version 2.5.0 of ember-cli the default JS linter is JSHint - and there's nothing wrong with this. But what if we're using ES6 and Babel which are not fully supported by JSHint? Luckily for us - there's a great solution out there called ESLint. I'll show you how to use it in your Ember project.
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