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Clutch.co Names Neoteric a 2018 Global Leader!

We are excited to announce our recent recognition by Clutch.co as a leading developer worldwide for 2018! With this announcement, we’ve joined an established group of companies who go above and beyond for their clients and demonstrate excellence in the software development space. Clutch.co is a rapidly growing startup based in Washington, D.C. As a [...]

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06 Dec 2018 in  People
How to be more productive

Being productive has always been appreciated, but the productivity hype now is just amazing. There are numerous techniques and tricks that are allegedly going to make your life easier by showing you how to be more productive. And there’s even a separate advice segment aimed at developers. They should be even better at that. Though [...]

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27 Sep 2018 in  People
Are there job opportunities for non-technical people in the IT?

Landing a job in the IT has now become a dream of many. Everywhere you go, you can hear people talking about how they want to be programmers, or just being jealous that programmers are so "well-off". And because the myths surrounding working in the IT industry are spreading around, it’s now common knowledge that [...]

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09 Aug 2018 in  People
Why do self-organizing teams work best?

Does every team always need a leader? Can a self-organizing team be successful? It’s a common truth that there’s no way a project can succeed if nobody’s in charge. It’s just a natural way of how people work: they get tasks, they’re supervised in the process, and then their work is reviewed. Work has been [...]

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12 Jul 2018 in  Business  &  People
DevOps: a culture of getting things done

DevOps is one of the most popular buzzwords in the tech industry and for a good reason. Some consider it to be the root of all evil, while others praise it as a silver bullet. I like to call it “technical agile”. It’s simply a culture where we all put emphasis on getting features to [...]

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28 Jun 2018 in  Business  &  People
How to work with Millennials? 8 tips to understand generation Y

Recently, our CEO published an article about working with Millennials. It was entitled ‘’Millennials are awesome’’ (read the interview in Polish here). The title gives it away: Matt loves Millennials and understands how to work with them. This should not come as a shocker, after all, Millennials constitute quite a large share of employees in [...]

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21 Jun 2018 in  People
Is no office good for your team? Pros and cons of remote work

Are you one of the people who ‘’go to work’’? Most people probably are, as having an office where all of your staff can do their tasks is still a prevalent practice in companies. Despite the fact that ‘’work’’ is for many associated with the action of going to work, some say that work doesn’t really [...]

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07 Jun 2018 in  People
GDPR in Machine Learning projects

Originally published at medium.com by @l.mokrzycki on April 22, 2018. General Data Protection Regulation comes to life in the European Union from 25th May and will strongly influence how Machine Learning products are developed. Without a doubt, it will increase the amount of work required for shipping ML project to productions, but on the other hand, it [...]

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18 May 2018 in  People
What is Scrum? How it works and why we love it

At Neoteric, it is an unwritten rule that all of us share our knowledge with those who want to learn. That’s why we’re always happy to take part in initiatives related to promoting agile project management. This month, together with my friend Bartek, we gave a lecture and a short workshop about Scrum. Who are [...]

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02 May 2018 in  People
How to engage your team into creating content?

Back in 2008, Seth Godin - a marketing guru, business author and adviser - claimed that that “Content Marketing is the only marketing left” (Content Marketing Institute). Since then, we’ve been hearing about the new “year of content marketing” almost every year. To avoid repetitions, we sometimes use sophisticated rhetorical devices and call it a [...]

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01 Mar 2018 in  People