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A CTO nostalgia. 2013 and a look back.

With a brand new 2014 at our doorways it's a good moment to stop for a few seconds and think back. Everytime I do that, I'm surprised how much has changed around here. It's my 6th year at netguru.
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New Thoughts on Checklists

We use checklists regularly in our internal processes. I have written about our approach to checklists in a previous article, and I want to show an example of one of our checklists, and share approaches to using them.
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Great news! We’re proud to announce that one of our great Clients - Transterra Media - has been selected as one of the 100 most promising startups worldwide by Red Herring. Congrats guys!
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What Makes Remote Working Work?

During a recent presentation at Startup Safary, a startup community event held in Berlin, we at Netguru spoke upon the lessons we’ve learned about remote working.
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How To Be A Remote Founder

While it’s quite common for IT companies to work with remote teams, it’s not too common for a cofounder to work remotely. I’ve worked remotely as one of Netguru’s cofounder for about 3 years now.
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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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Sad Marek waits for a new batch of comfortable chairs to arrive ;D If you’re a developer or QA chances that you spend most of...
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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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Strict peer code review

We push more than 250 commits every day. More than 30 people work on 15 projects. How do we keep the quality high and in the same time make sure that the best practices are spreading within the team and mistakes are not being repeated?
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