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How To Deal With Bugs Within The Iteration

No one likes a bug. But there are days when you wake up and see ladybugs in your project in Pivotal Tracker. When this happens, how do you deal with it? I’d like to share with you, our process of dealing with bugs that show up in an iteration.
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Let's take a look at some common challenges that startups face when developing an online marketing strategy, and suggest some effective solutions.
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Come in and get 10 industry-leading business solutions which can put your e-commerce site on the winners' list.
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The main mistake that startups make when developing a mobile app is trying to do too much at once. See how to avoid it and create something really useful for your prospects and customers.
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Sensitive business data are valuable to hackers, so startups need to take steps to make it secure. Here are a few measures you can take to protect yours.
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Imperative vs. Declarative Programming - Pros and Cons

In contrast to the imperative programming, declarative programming is about describing what you're trying to achieve, without instructing how to do it. Read on and check out my presentation on programming paradigms.
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The life cycle of a ticket is full of adventures, led by our developers, Project Managers and Quality Assurance. Here's our work flow told in the story of a ticket.
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Our Free Ruby on Rails Workshop is the best way to spend your weekend coding, learning, and building great apps.
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Smart Retail Solutions That Change Ecommerce

A world in which nearly everybody now carries around a smart device – i.e. the smartphone – is what has enabled this revolution in retail. Read on if you want to find out how smart retail can take ecommerce to the next level.
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How to Write a Perfect ReadMe

The clarity of readme files is critical for software developers. That information varies from installation instructions to potential bugs and depends on the nature of the software. Fortunately, there is a set of good practices to follow if you want your ReadMe to be neat.
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