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“A perfect job for people who like challenges and learning new skills but are also flexible and able to adapt to changes”, this is how Marek Talarczyk, Netguru’s Chief of Operations, described the position of Head of Project Management. HoPM at Netguru will be responsible for six teams of almost 30 project managers running more than 85 projects a year in total with almost 70-percent project predictability. Sounds interesting? Read on and apply for Head of Project Management as the recruitment process is now open.
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This is a practical guide on improving predictability: you’ll learn how to recognise when you need to work on your predictability and how to set the right goals to achieve the results you want. At the very end of this article we also talk about the future and what the next steps will be for Netguru as we grow and mature as a company.
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On our quest for more predictability, we were visited by consultants with prior experience gained at leading software corporations. They were supposed to share their tools and processes and help us identify what we could improve in ours. In reality, they couldn’t help us. Our predictability was higher than theirs, and they saw no need to improve it any further.
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Developing a software product is a risk. Ask all the failed tech startups. According to this report by Small Business Trends, more than 50% of small businesses fail in their first 4 years. The leading reason? Incompetence, which basically means failure at applying good internal processes in business. So, what can you do to turn the odds in your favour?
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Before hiring somebody for an engineering position or building an in-house dev team, you need to double-check a number of things. The following checklist is based on our 8 years of expertise in recruitment, onboarding and offboarding software developers. These are the best market practices and battle-tested solutions, which will help you build a successful development team.
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This post will give you an idea what skills and knowledge are required for project managers and whether technical expertise is the protein or a spice.
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Many of us looking for a new job need something more from an employer than a paycheck and a comfortable desk. We’re looking for meaning and a chance to do something challenging and to show what we’ve got. For a chance to learn and grow. And rightly so, because if we don’t take care of ourselves and our careers, no one else will. In this interview with Marek Talarczyk, Head of Delivery at Netguru, we’ll learn what it means to start your career with a bang, what to look for in the perfect employer and how important it is to invest in your project management team and give each individual room to grow professionally.
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The most frequently googled questions about Android programming are: Why is Android development hard? and Why is Android development so complicated? All in all, developing an Android app doesn't have to be more complicated than any other app. There are a lot of things that you have to keep in mind, but with the tips presented in the article, you can make the process effortless.
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Failure is instructive. You can learn from your mistakes just as much as you might from your successes, but isn’t it even better when you can learn from someone else’s mistakes? Check out our guide below on what NOT to do when you are a Project Manager!
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With another Sprint Planning, the problem returns: how can I persuade the team to break it all down into a couple of smaller tasks rather than creating one big one? Below you can find a couple of arguments that worked for me and that will also hopefully do the trick for you when it comes to this all too common problem.
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