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A perfect screenshot is worth a thousand words. It saves time and guarantees that everyone is on the same page. Developers, PMs, QAs and clients use image captures on a daily basis, but which screenshot app can give you what you really need? Is it an entire website capture? A great image editor? Or maybe the sharing feature? Let’s have a look at our list of free screen-cap tools for Mac OSX.
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Where to Go: Best Design Events of 2016

New year, new budget. I put together a subjective list of UX events: conferences, barcamps and local holidays held in the US, Europe and Israel you might want to pencil in your calendars. Some of them are paid, some (virtually) free. I’ve already visited a few of them, while others are still on my to do list. However, I believe each of them will bring something new to your skillset.
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Three days ago, David Heinemeier Hansson, the creator of Ruby on Rails, gave the community something that got everyone talking. His Twitter followers could see the exciting news about the upcoming new design of Rubyonrails.org. We’re looking forward to see the whole work as we’re sure it will be awesome!
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Where to Go: Devternity for Eternity

Enough with the ruby conferences! Now’s the time to extend our knowledge into new horizons and become a better programmer. Could it be one of our New Year’s resolutions to attend some kind of conference lying a little outside the old comfort zone? This is exactly what I did in December last year. I went to a software architecture conference called Devternity. The Software Craftsmanship team - LatCraft - decided to hold it in the National Library building in Riga, Latvia. They say it was their first initiative of this sort.. and I must say they totally nailed it! They brought in a load of great speakers within a 3-track system where you could pick the most interesting talks for you.
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To say that the people who work for Netguru are scattered the length and breadth of the country still wouldn’t give you the full picture. Now, it’s true that we have 7 offices in Poland, but our employees aren’t obliged to actually go there to work. As a result, you can meet Netgureans in Cyprus, Buenos Aires, Budapest, Tel Aviv or even Kuwait. How I make sure that our workflow goes smoothly and manage my team if it’s a hundreds miles away? Simple - by sticking to the 10 rules of running a remote team, which I would like to share with you now.
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Have you made your New Year’s resolutions? Many people mock the very idea of it, but the hard thing is to make a resolution that really works. New Year’s resolutions by Netguru would probably sound something like this: always be learning. If that looks good to you too, here’s a set of 10 posts on Ruby on Rails that will get you up and running!
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At Netguru, we provide not only web and mobile development services for our clients, but also deal with design. Every day, designer working at our UX design agency do their best to prepare the most outstanding designs possible and stay up-to-date with the latest trends in design and UX. Of course, they also share their experience and knowledge about best practices. Check out the 10 design posts that appeared on Netguru’s blog in 2015 that you must read!
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2015 is on its finish line, so I thought it’s a good time to plan my Conference/Events calendar for the upcoming year. It’s a subjective list of Ruby-related events in Europe scheduled for 2016. I want to visit at least half of them and see you somewhere between the talks!
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Sometimes you might not be really sure why you ended up working with a certain technology. Here at Netguru, we have several cases of people switching software development technology (read about Jakub’s and Małgorzata’s adventures) or even their whole area of interest (read about Dominik’s experience). That takes a lot of courage, but is it really worth it? So, here comes my answer to this question based on my own career twist.
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Our Way: Christmas Tree Competition at Netguru

Once upon a time, there were 150 good-hearted humans scattered around Poland in 7 cities: Poznań, Warsaw, Cracow, Gdansk, Wroclaw, Bialystok, and Zielona Gora. They all had one thing in common: they were code masters, bug busters, relentless project tamers, and beautiful-minded support angels of the Netguru tribe. These humans were about to celebrate holidays this year in a very special way.
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