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Being a good software developer (especially a senior or a team leader) is not just about writing amazing code and solving difficult problems. These things are certainly important, but building and managing a good relationship with clients might be even more crucial. I’ve talked to the team at Netguru and prepared a list of skills and qualities you might need to forge successful relationships with clients, as well as a list of warnings signs that will help you identify possible problems with the approach you or someone else has been taking.
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DevOps is a relatively new approach to managing the operations side of software development. The idea behind DevOps is fairly simple: break through the walls between development and operations teams, and open up effective communication. A DevOps engineer is someone well versed in both fields, and capable of bridging that gap – as well as working through many of the problems often encountered when working on a software project.
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DevOps engineering is still new enough that not everyone in IT fully understands the concept. And yet, companies that do discover it tend to adopt DevOps quickly and with much enthusiasm. Many aspiring IT professionals recognise it as an attractive and profitable career path. So what does a DevOps engineer do and how can you become one? Keep reading to find out.
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Netguru’s core values evolved with us as the company grew and we learned from our experiences. They sum up what we want to achieve, and they might change in the future, as we aim higher and higher. We think of them as important to our culture and individual sense of accomplishment. They go as follows: Exceed clients' and colleagues' expectations Take ownership and question the status quo in a constructive manner Be brave, curious and experiment. Learn from all successes and failures Act in a way that makes all of us proud Build an inclusive, transparent and socially responsible culture Be ambitious, grow yourself and the people around you Recognize excellence and engagement
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Many developers are perfectly happy writing code until retirement, and maybe even beyond that. But what if an opportunity to take on a more managerial position comes your way? What is it like to distance yourself from the technical aspects of software development and focus on strategy and leadership instead? I’ve talked to Bartosz Pranczke, our Senior Tech Leader, to find out.
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JavaScript is taking the IT job market by storm, yet many aspiring software developers worry that learning the technology may not be the best way to land their dream job. They are not wrong to carefully consider their options, as other languages dominate particular niches on the market, such as Python in the case of data analytics. What are the reasons to learn or polish your skills in Node.js, then?
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