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What are the Five Phases in Software Delivery
In February 2020 PMI published PMI Pulse of the Profession that says: “Work has changed. So must the way the world thinks about projects.” We continuously need to improve our ways of working and develop our skills, but 2020 gave us a harsh lesson that we also need to be in some way agile. According to PMI, to be successful in the future, our organisations need to be agile, but also focus on the right technology and secure relevant skills. You can read further: “For the first time for Pulse, executive leaders identified which factors they see as the most important to achieve success in the future. The top three were: organisational agility (35 per cent), choosing the right technologies to invest in (32 per cent) and securing relevant skills (31 per cent).”  So let's focus on how the organisation can ensure agility in the management process for software delivery.
03.12.2020, 11 min read
Marta Maciaszek
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React vs Vue in 2020. Differentiators Worth To Compare
Typically, the most popular solutions are created by large software companies that provide permanent support, maintenance, and build community. A similar case is with React, created by Facebook, and Vue.js, by Every You. Both are under the MIT license that allows using them in professional software development for commercial usage. Here, we focus on objective criteria to compare React vs Vue.  
27.07.2020, 7 min read
Marta Zażlak
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React vs Vue in 2020. What is the best choice?
In this blog post, you’ll learn about making the right choices through comparing two popular front-end frameworks, Vue and React, by a set of objective criteria. You will find it useful if you are to make a technology decision and want to understand what main differences are between React and Vue-based solutions.
16.07.2020, 7 min read
Marta Zażlak
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5 popular Chat SDKs that make your app powerful and why you need one
If you consider implementing a chat within your app, then you’ve got a few options: develop a solution suited to your needs, or choose from a few ready-to-use tools. I was curious about the features available, and the most popular solutions on the market. In this article, I share a general overview of the possibilities of several SDK solutions.  
27.05.2020, 4 min read
Tomasz Kuzioła
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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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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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How to serve web app that supports specific browsers?
Building websites or web apps for all major browsers means extra work to do because you must ensure that all of the code you write is supported in each browser.
19.04.2019, 4 min read
Piotr Broniszewski
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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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Expo for React Native - speed up your development
Take a closer look at Expo XDE, an open-source free set of development tools built on top of React Native. It makes your mobile app development faster and less painful, from initiating a project, through working with device API, to publishing and updating the app. It includes a graphical IDE, a CLI, and a huge set of ready to use functional components that cover the most popular mobile scenarios - push notifications, device features such as camera, maps, handling biometrics, and much more. Expo is one of the YCombinator-backed startups (class of summer 2016).
13.11.2018, 10 min read
Szymon Juskowiak
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