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How Developing SPA Influenced Me & My Code

I’d like to share my thoughts about what’s different (the good and the not-so-good) in SPA’s and why as a web developer, you should care about it. Of course, YMMV, so I encourage you to share your opinions in the comments!
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Why You Should Attend World IA Day

Last weekend we had a pleasure to attend World Information Architecture Day 2014 - a global event that took place simultaneously in 24 cities in the world. As the UX design agency we couldn't skip such an event.
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So you’ve decided to learn Ruby? Great to hear! It’s always a pleasure to introduce another person into the Ruby community.
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Aaaand our new blog is live!

But first, let’s take a few steps back. Around 2 months ago, we’ve finally launch a new version of our homepage. The next step was to make our lovely blog a real eye candy.
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The Gensler 2013 US Workplace Survey revealed that employees who have a choice in when, where and how they work rank their performance and satisfaction higher than employees who don’t. The survey was based on the responses from 2035 knowledge workers across the US, with tech employees shown to be happier and more satisfied than the average employee.
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Ship, Learn, Iterate, Repeat

*“Ship often. Ship lousy stuff, but ship. Ship constantly"* advocates Seth Godin. Have you ever wondered how **Ship, Learn, Iterate, Repeat** loop can improve your business? In today's evergreen Paul Adams of Intercom.io describes why shipping is just a beginning of a process and how can you & your end-users benefit from the learning-through-failing cycle.
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Netguru’s clients are always included throughout the creation process of their applications. We understand that business requirements can change a lot, especially in the environment of the Internet. This is why we focus on the strong communication with a client. Here’s how we do it:
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I use LinkedIn. *A lot*. I have over 2500 connections. Admittedly, 500 or so are from the less glamorous times when I added anyone and everyone who wanted to be added without any discretion on my end. But most connections are actual people that I “know.”
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Having a company blog that is regularly populated with fresh content has become a very important factor in online discovery and audience attraction. This is especially true for small businesses and startups that don’t have large marketing budgets to spend on high visibility campaigns. Company blogs have made top-of-mind-marketing accessible to all business owners, startups and entrepreneurs, but while this type of marketing is now very affordable it hasn’t diminished the effort required.
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Having a programming session with a potential recruit is only one element of the hiring puzzle, but it's often the most important one.
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