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How To Know If You Need To Attend A Startup Workshop
Gone are the days when a good idea and a lot of hard work were enough to create software products. If you want to build a successful startup, you need market validation. Why? Because turning ideas into fully functional digital products requires a lot of time and money. Luckily, attending a discovery workshop for startups can help you decide whether your idea is worth investing in.   In today's article, we're going to discuss why startups should consider attending a discovery workshop. Before we proceed, let’s take a look at what a startup workshop is.
17.09.2020, 6 min read
Katarzyna Leszczynska-Bohdan
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DO OK Proud to be Named a Top Development Partner by Clutch
Our mission at DO OK is to develop life-changing software and to help founders build their pro-people or pro-Earth products with the power of computer science. Recently, we’ve been recognized by Clutch as one of the top developers in Poland and Estonia. “Serving our clients has been a thrilling journey. Being named as a Clutch Leaders proves that we are heading in the right direction.” – Dmitrij Żatuchin, CEO.
06.07.2020, 1 min read
Dmitrij Żatuchin
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FakeHunter: how to deal with fake news using technology
Our special Ikigai Team's developed a system to fight with misinformation during the pandemic. In only four weeks, we've created a system that allows verifying Coronavirus-related (but not limited to) information based on a crowdsourcing approach, with future extension to NLP.   The project was realized as a part of DO OK's pro bono activities to develop fully working open-source solutions. Our clients were The Polish Press Agency and The Ministry of Digitization on behalf of the Office of the Prime Minister of Poland.  
30.04.2020, 6 min read
Katarzyna Leszczynska-Bohdan
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Client handbook part 2: tricky questions from a software team
Do you know how software teams evaluate clients? What would you answer to some of these tricky questions? Let's break down the thinking that goes behind some of the common topics when clients talk to software companies.
04.12.2019, 5 min read
Jakub Petrykowski
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Actify. Workshops, communication, and trust. Case study
Actify was founded as an initiative by a health insurer in The Netherlands. Actify aims to help people live healthier lives by building healthy habits in small steps. As DO OK we work with the client on two projects: Actify Vitality Coach and the Actify Bewegen app.  
20.09.2019, 4 min read
Katarzyna Leszczynska-Bohdan
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CEOs insights - how to be prepared for superior business relations
Every company has its business life cycle and building long-term relations might have a bit different energy and course. We look for valuable insights from each meeting or event, and a lot of them are worth being shared.
26.07.2019, 6 min read
Katarzyna Leszczynska-Bhodan
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Everyone's an Expert - do your job and stay sane
Some jobs, positions or work fields must deal with a specific problem - they can be very difficult and hard to master, but they rely more on soft skills than hard ones. There are many of these professions, but as an example, let’s take User Experience (UX) Designer. This person improves the interaction between user and product. Specifics of this job lead to one uncomfortable statement.
23.05.2019, 6 min read
Szymon Juskowiak
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Why should you consider working with story points?
If you are a project manager, product manager or a software developer, and you are about to estimate a project in story points for the first time, this blog post is for you.
11.12.2018, 9 min read
Michał Gorski
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Mindfulness in business
Conferences like Slush, TechCrunch or WebSummit are great opportunities to get news from the industry, share experience and discuss case studies. One of the essential parts of such events is meeting people and listening to them, but not necessarily selling.
30.11.2018, 2 min read
Katarzyna Leszczyńska-Bohdan
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DO OK supports programming workshop for women
Any reason to share knowledge and experience is great, especially when the know-how is transferred to beginners who can join a new industry. We believe the IT industry will significantly benefit from bringing in more women.
16.11.2018, 2 min read
Katarzyna Leszczyńska-Bohdan
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