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We are just humans and sometimes we fail. That’s a fact. But on the other hand, as long as we are able to take the lessons learned from our failures, we are never defeated. This is how we manage our failures at Netguru.
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Poorly managed communication within the workplace can easily lead to poor motivation, and even conflict.
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9 Soft Skills Every Web Developer Should Master

There are seven core soft skills that most companies, regardless of industry, look for, and as a web development consultant you should not ignore any of them. There are, however, two soft skills that are beneficial to all developers, not only web developers, yet are often ignored by both employer and employee - critical thinking and ego management.
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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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Even though we try to clearly communicate that we only do projects in Agile methodologies based on an hourly rate, we still get a few requests every month for quotes for fixed-price projects. I feel it’s important to write down a couple of reasons why we think fixed-price projects are generally a bad idea in the early-stage business space.
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One of the basic assumptions of Agile methodology is working with iterations.
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HipChat is our main instant text messaging tool at Netguru. Each of us has the HipChat application running for most of the day, and uses it to communicate with the rest of the team.
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Hipbot for your HipChat

Hipbot came to life at one of Netguru’s famous hackathons, where all devs come together and write something cool in a couple of hours.
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Let's HipChat with HipBot!

I’d like to share with you some information on our communication process and tools that we use internally. Maybe you’ll find it useful and helpful. Maybe it will initiate some changes, who knows? ;-)
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Most of the startups fail not because they couldn’t deliver the product. Startups fail because: they couldn’t find a big enough market (customers), they were not able to find an investor, founders fallen out with themselves or simply they run out of money.
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