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I'd rather start with Hello world!, but it's overused, so hello reader! I'm Blażej, a 22-year old junior dev at Netguru. My 3-month journey started from workshops in August of this year. If you consider whether working for Netguru is your destiny or not, take a deep breath and find out what exactly being a junior means to me. Did I mention that I've moved 200 miles away from my hometown to work here?!
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Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work at a software consulting agency? You’ve probably heard some funny or disturbing stories that have been passed from developer to developer for years. It’s time to update these stories and remove urban legends from common knowledge. Today we want to talk about the 5 biggest myths about working for a software consulting agency and tell you why they are exactly what they are – myths – when you’re working with Netguru.
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Let’s face it: building any non-trivial application in Rails is impossible without background jobs. There are several use-cases for those, some of which might be: periodic tasks, tasks too heavy to return the result in the synchronous way or the tasks that can be outside the flow and their failure should not make any difference to the currently processed flow.
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Welcome to the final episode of the tour around the Android platforms. In the previous part we focused on Android Wear. We explained how to prepare your project and we underlined the relevant usability requirements. In this article we will share with you the next part of the crucial considerations of developing for Android Auto. The platform was announced in 2014 at Google I/O. The idea behind it is to help drivers focus more on the road and less on their smartphones.
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What I Appreciate in Netguru as a QA

Currently, we’re living in times when the IT labour market is exploding. As a Quality Assurance Specialist, Project Manager, or Software Developer, you won’t struggle for long when looking for a job. There is a huge number of software houses, startups, or even big companies looking for talented people. Nearly two years ago, I decided to work as a QA specialist for Netguru. Why exactly did I make that choice and would I do it again?
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Handling Enormous Collection Types in Swift

Usually there is no difference when you choose Array or Set. You take Set if you want a collection type with unique unordered elements. But you do not care about performance or RAM usage, because they are often similar. Have you ever asked yourself what happens if your collection has to store almost 3 millions of elements like strings?
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This is second part of our tour around Android platforms. In the previous episode, we shared the most important requirements outlined by Google for Android TV apps. Now we are going to focus on Wear apps. What do you have to know before you start developing for Android Wear devices?
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This article is the first part of a tour around the Android platforms: Android TV, Wearable and Auto. We wrote down the crucial things that you should know before you get into building apps. We will not show you how to build applications for these particular platforms step by step, but you can find more resources which will help you do so on the Android Developer site. What we want to do here is show you the minimum requirements and restrictions you must know before you start. Hopefully this will help you build an efficient and effective application.
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Welcome to the five-part series of blog posts about SOLID Principles. In each part I will describe and analyze one of these principles. In the last part, expect summary of the entire series containing a few tips and thoughts.
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When our test suite grows we start to notice that some parts of our code get duplicated. Duplicated code decreases readability and is hard to manage since eventual changes or fixes have to be propagated to all duplicated parts. Solution to such situation is to keep your code DRY meaning ‘Don’t repeat yourself’. This is one of the most basic programming  principles that we should also use while writing specs for our applications.
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