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Unless you spent last week on the moon, you must have heard about the Apple WWDC conference. There was lots of interesting news both for end users and developers, among which was the release of Swift as Open Source. Just fot you, we gathered all essential news into a digestible blog post.
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SQL: Query Result Model Part 2

Are you using SQL while coding in Ruby on Rails? I could even say I think in SQL! This is why I wanted to share a few tips and tricks that will help you work with query result models.
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Developers develop. Explainers explain. Sometimes there's not much overlap. Jargon naturally emerges from the shorthand that experts use to talk to each other, and that's just as true of web development.
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We've been building Ember.js applications here at Netguru for a while and managed to get more devs interested in picking up the framework. Given our experience in teaching Rails via monthly workshops, a similar approach seemed like the best fit. Find out what happens when you put a bunch of developers on different levels of experience in a room with Ember.JS and Firebase.
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Today there's a substantial number of people working at Netguru, especially at the HQ, in Poznań. Together with the Netguru iOS team we have addressed the problem of quick and easy room reservations for calls and meetings. We developed the Roomguru app for managing your meetings in Google calendars. And it’s open source!
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If you ever heard about Ruby on Rails but never had a chance to try it in practice - we’ve got a quick fix for you. This time, on June 27-28th, we’d like to invite you to Studio Kreatywnej Współpracy Kraków for another edition of our free Ruby on Rails workshops!
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Recently, we’ve developed our first Swift app, with a few folks involved, and most of them new to Swift. The problem I want to describe emerged pretty quickly and there was only one way to deal with it - outlining our own Swift style guide.
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Where Do Bugs Come From? Quality Excites 2015 Recap

Quality Excites is a widely known conference in the QA world in Poland. All respectable QA specialists, testers and even developers have either heard about it or attended it. The 4th edition took place on 30th May 2015 in Gliwice. The event consisted of two optional sections: lectures and workshops. Without hesitation, we decided to apply for the event and start our one-day adventure in Gliwice. Here's what we brought back with us!
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Making mistakes is a human thing, and CEOs are no exception. Check out our list of the most common mistakes that CEOs make – referring especially to a situation when the company is in the startup phase.
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The difference is simple: product owners deal with the what? and why? questions, while project managers deal with the how? and when?. The former concentrates on thinking about what to build, based on the capabilities of the team, which are the concern of the latter. OK, I guess it’s not that simple - you can’t answer just in one sentence! Let me tell you a bit more how it works.
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