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How to Build a Successful Tech Product with Minimum Marketing Budget

There comes the time in the life of a software development provider when the company management decides to launch their own product. A newbie in the sphere would definitely agree that having a strong dev team and a number of established software development processes are sufficient for taking the new business idea to the next level.

Best books to learn nodejs

Best Node.js Books to Master the Technology

Learning about coding and programming through books may seem counterintuitive. Surely, everything you might ever want to know about programming languages and run-time environments, such as Node.js, is already out there, free or easy to purchase on the Internet. In our experience, authors wanting to set deeper, more reasoned and …

Best Ruby on Rails Books

Best Books to Learn Ruby on Rails

Ruby is a language that attracts both: those with no programming experience and those who know several languages and want to expand their skills. Alongside the popular framework, Ruby on Rails, or Rails for short, it’s one of the most accessible and many would say, beautiful programming languages around. Before …

How to hire good Rubi on Rails engineer

How to Hire Good Ruby on Rails Developer

The prosperity of any undertaking relies on the quality of resources. Personnel is an imposable resource. One way or another, qualitative executives are the driving force of any activity. At the same time, human resources require a sophisticated approach since any individual is a complex structure of biological and psychological …

Managing a distributed company

How we manage a distributed company efficiently

In today’s world of shrinking distances and wiped off boundaries it becomes easier and easier for businesses to develop and spread services or products. More and more companies open their offices around the globe looking for lower taxes or stronger markets, and feel completely comfortable with that many locations. But …