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Refactoring - How?

In my previous post, we established that the need to refactor may arise from different situations. Once you are sure refactoring is in order, you should first make sure the rest of your team knows about the ref you are going to do.
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The Startup Guide to Giving Productive Feedback

The style and way that we choose to communicate feedback to other people is one of key ingredients of today’s culture of work. We want to know if they are delivering their tasks correctly but from the other side, we are afraid to hear that we didn’t do our job right, or maybe the client isn’t happy. The problem occurs because feedback is often mistaken for personal criticism.
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The smart home revolution has in fact already begun. According to Gartner Inc. there are already more than a million homes in the US that are currently outfitted with some kind of smart technology**. And by 2022, Gartne says, a typical family home will be equipped with around 500 connected devices.
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How many times have you finished a call and felt full of excitement about the plans discussed, only to struggle to remember a few days later what you discussed? Forgetting details is something that everyone does, but there’s a simple solution: get into the habit of writing a short summary of every call, and then adding it to the email thread about the project.
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Making sure a website is friendly and welcoming to customers and readers of all cultures and language backgrounds is a great way to allow your website to grow into a multinational phenomenon.
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From smart homes with smart burglar alarms, smart lights, smart heating, and even smart ovens, to fitness trackers, sleep trackers, smartphones, tablets and eyeglasses, the Internet of Things (IoT) is continuing to spread its techy tendrils through nearly every part of our lives.
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Let me briefly explain how we plan a weekly iteration with Pivotal Tracker!
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All over the world public officials are putting new technologies in place to make cities safer, more productive and more efficient.
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Why Learning Rails is Not So Hard

Yes, learning Rails is only a small part of learning Rails. That’s because… Learning Rails is not about learning Rails!
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Netguru has clients scattered across the globe, from Singapore to the United States. Our team members also travel a lot, so we're constantly navigating through time zones to communicate with clients and co-workers. This leaves us uniquely situated to help you figure out how to best communicate with team members located in a different time zone.
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