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How Linters Can Help You Ship Code Faster

As a developer, you’ve probably heard a lot about code style guides. They’re helpful sets of rules that coders should stick to. You probably use some of them in your everyday work. And that's great! But what if I told you that you can learn almost every single style guide in less than an hour and you don't even need to waste time examining docs every time you have doubts? Impossible? No! If you don't know them yet - say hello to linters!
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As a startup, you’re not only forced to think about the development of the company, but also to come up with some smart ways to promote your product or services. One such method that may well be worth giving a shot is known as influence marketing. Here's why!
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It’s a common perception that quality assurance in software is mostly testing, and that a lot of the testing is manual testing. However, this is only a fraction of what QA specialists deal with. Let me explain how various technical skills can boost your performance as a quality assurance expert.
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Dare I broach the topic of the Vim vs Emacs holy war? I’ve tried both editors, but ultimately Vim stole my heart and, in doing so, turned my life into hell. It’s such a pleasure to use; nothing else compares to it. Suddenly, I hate typing with any application that doesn’t use the HJKL keys to move the cursor, and I find myself becoming frustrated whenever I need to use the mouse! So what changes can I implement to ease my pain and make my life easier, you ask?
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We want to be able to capture new client opportunities, seeking energetic and communicative people to join our business development team. Have you dreamt about contributing to the business development of a software house? Check out this post and apply, we'd love to get in touch!
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Some time ago, we explained the main assumptions of anticipatory design. Now it’s time to specify who can benefit from that kind of design the most, explain what possible risks can be related to it and tell you what our approach to anticipatory design is.
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How NOT to Run an IT Project

Having just returned from the 2015 Web Summit in Dublin, Ireland, I’m still feeling more than a little overwhelmed by the sheer volume of innovative and technological young (and a few not so young) minds that are out there.
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How Should Your Ember Tests Look?

Tests are obligatory in every production app. In Ember apps, the distinction between tests is similar to any other Rails application, but the use cases for them are frequently misunderstood. Let me give a quick summary of what your test suite should look like based on my experience with a huge app, which spent over a year under constant development.
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This is the first post in our new series about HubSpot - the marketing automation platform we migrated to. Netguru grows day by day and we decided it’s time to use the best technology on the market. It would be a little far from the mark to say that the migration process was a piece of cake. So, we thought we’d share our experiences on incorporating HubSpot into our current workflows so that it’s easier for anyone who might want to adopt Hubspot in the future. Let’s start with a bunch of tips on how to use HubSpot to take recruitment to the next level, as our Recruitment Specialists said. Enjoy!
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There’s every chance that you might not have heard about this exciting new trend in design. It’s just starting to spread its anticipatory wings and take off in some of the most innovative dev houses operating around the world today. It’s being called ‘Anticipatory Design’, and is formulated on the premise that less (choice) is more.
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