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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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Redux vs React Context: Which one is the right winner
In this article, we share a short overview of state management and Flux architecture. Then we focus on the advantages and disadvantages of Redux and Context and, finally, recap and clarify when is best to use these tools.
19.08.2020, 9 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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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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Trello Stats - Track productivity in a simple way
In this article, I will go through the idea behind Trello Stats, what kind of challenges it has presented in front of me as an entry-level developer, and what have I learned.
15.10.2019, 6 min read
Adrian Capitta
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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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Keep IT clean - coding good practices: naming
This is the second post from a series of articles about broadly defined clean code. If you overlooked the first part of the series, which is about comments, then you can find it here. Whereas in this post, you can read about another factor that influences the quality of dev’s code: naming. I will give a widely described lists of todos and not todos in terms of the current topic.
24.06.2019, 10 min read
Grzegorz Pijański
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Moving from Android development to Java web development
A few thoughts on the switching from Android development to Java web development. There will be rather loose thoughts. I’ve shaped them on the basis of my own experience as a programmer who after 1.5 years abandoned Android to create a backend in Java. I encourage you to read this if you center your thoughts on such a change.
12.06.2019, 5 min read
Grzegorz Pijański
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Keep IT clean - coding good practices: comments
This post is the beginning of a series about good programming practices and so-called “clean code”. It touches a very important element of our code - comments. By reading this post you can verify if you are coding according to the rules of the clean code when it comes to applying comments. You will know when and for what reasons you shouldn’t use comments and when they are accepted or even recommented.
28.05.2019, 6 min read
Grzegorz Pijański
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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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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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One cool training method to get better at app security
We live in amazing times. Since we use the internet every day on our mobile phones, tablets, and computers, in every moment we can order food for dinner, buy a book we always wanted to read, book a hotel for our vacations and much more. With all those possibilities comes a great issue: personal data we provide has to be stored securely. It’s not that simple. Almost every day we can find news about data leakages, stolen identity or money fraud.
16.04.2019, 5 min read
Adam Mruk
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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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Expo for React Native - speed up your development
Take a closer look at Expo, a 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 APIs, 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, 9 min read
Szymon Juskowiak
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