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A project manager is a true multi-tasker. However, it would be hard to succeed without tools to help make the work more efficient and smooth. Here’s the tool stack we use at Netguru.
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On Twitter, you can also find a vast and thriving community of designers and developers who share their knowledge and sources of inspiration. In this article, I will pinpoint the 15 best Twitter designers' profiles that, in my opinion, could turn out to be a rich resource of incentive and fresh ideas for you.
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Not-So-Obvious Benefits of Writing Feature Specs

It might seem obvious - by writing feature specs, we end up with fewer errors and oversights in the code, resulting in a higher quality project. While this is the most important gain (particularly for the client), it’s certainly not the only one. When I say ‘the quality of the project’, I don’t only mean that it’s as bug-free as possible, but also that there’s a good project flow and well-presented code that lacks weak spots. In this article, I’d like to talk about some other benefits that I discovered as I developed my automation testing skills in Netguru.
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Frontend in Wonderland 2015: Memories From Bologna

On 17-18th of September, we had a chance to go down the fairytale rabbit hole. It definitely wasn’t an adventure even close to what Alice in Wonderland experienced, but still, it was fun! We were participating in one of the front-end conferences organised by From the Front, named Frontend in Wonderland. So let the story begin...
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Every year at Netguru we work on over 40 mobile and web development projects. It can be quite a challenge to build software in the agile way while solving all potential problems, managing workflow, and keeping all issues under control. We manage it without difficulty by basing our development process on the following 10 rules. Check them out!
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How to Solve It: Mathematical Approach to Programming

Every day, we tackle problems more complex than those we’ve previously solved. In this blog post, I would like to extend concepts previously discussed in my previous post - problem solving with a mathematical approach.
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What You Pay For When You're Hiring a Designer

So you need something designed. You think you might want to hire a designer but are hesitant and unsure. The experience of hiring designers is a little bit different to that of buying software, services or hiring, say, programmers. You look for a close, personal fit with a designer because the creative process you will share can require a special kind of mutual trust, intimacy and sensitivity. This is not necessarily easy to find between people who have never met before. It’s also a process It’s a process that can be overshadowed by big questions (e.g. what can you expect for the money you spend), and some deep misconceptions (such as thinking designers are wizards). Let’s demystify some things about hiring designers.
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No longer just a “hobby” for one of Silicon Valley’s most gigantic tech companies, the new generation of Apple TV is finally making this particular line of products at last seem like something that we should all be taking seriously.
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Berlin CSSconf.eu 2015:

I just love Berlin, for many reasons. I couldn't wait to attend the CSSconf.eu 2015 - the event was pretty amazing. I shared a few talks I particularly enjoyed - check them out!
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Why Female-Friendly Employment Is Wrong

In this article, I will get underneath the surface of sarcastic jokes about software development companies as sausage parties or female professionals as scarce as frog’s teeth.
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