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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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Take a look at your bookshelf. Are there any Ruby on Rails books? Read on and update your book shopping list, there's so much more than just blogs and StackOverflow!
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Enquire? Inspire! with Adrian

Welcome to Enquire? Inspire! again. In this series, we ask our team about their working day and after-hours life, so you can find out who is working on your project or who you can meet at the Netguru office on your first day at work. Please meet Adrian Kashivskyy, iOS developer, natural born programmer and baking enthusiast.
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Rails Girls Krakow Recap

It was a beautiful day when a crowd of almost 50 women, divided into 19 teams, started coding their Rails applications at Rails Girls Kraków. They created various apps - from blogs to make-your-day-better sites, with random pictures of cats. Let’s enjoy the moment one more time with a recap!
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Here comes the next post in the *Today I Learned* series! In each post, we discuss a quick tip or a solution to a problem our developers came across in their projects. This time, our developer Kuba explains how to render templates to strings in Ember.js. Enjoy!
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Working With Distant Time Zones FAQs

For nearly a decade now the trend in international business to globally relocate business services has been on the rise. These services – such as software development - are increasingly being outsourced to specialized providers around the globe for the purposes of lowering labour costs if possible, and accessing a greater talent pool, among other things.
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Today I Learned: Deface Selectors Work on ERB Code, not HTML

Are you looking for quick solutions to your problems with code? You'll like our new post cycle: Today I Learned. We’re going to present quick tips which our developers during their everyday work. The first tip comes from Marcin and concerns Deface - the gem used in Spree e-commerce platform. Enjoy!
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