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“Hi Roman! What changes should we make in communication with partners in wartime?” I'm the CEO of a software company in Ukraine,
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This year, on October 13, Django Stars celebrated its 13 years. And frankly speaking, for a tech company founded in the year of the Global Financial crisis, by two programmers without any business management experience, it’s kind
/ Co-Founder & CEO
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These days, building a house (unless it's a hut in the wild) is most likely done not by its owner, but by a whole team of contractors who know their work well. But in order for the result to be exactly the way the owner wants, it'
/ Operations Manager
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Roles and Responsibilities in the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
The one who communicates 24/7 and delivers sudden news (not always good), who is often associated with a product owner and whose decisions someone will always be dissatisfied with. Don’t let these clichés cast a pall over the Busi
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If your product is out there for a long time, it may get old in terms of its functions, capabilities, and relevance for the user. There’s nothing wrong with that—the world nowadays changes extremely fast, and so do users’ needs al
/ UX/UI Engineer
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When someone wants to emphasize the importance of the first step in doing something, we often hear them say something like, "It's important to build a strong foundation." But if you look at that plan more closely, it's easy to see
/ Team Lead and Backend Competency Lead
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Sometimes, global events transform processes in society and lead to major changes in design, including UI design. An example of such an event is the global COVID-19 pandemic, which began in 2019 and continues to this day. Although
/ UX/UI Engineer
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When developing a product, it seems like you start moving mountains. You feel like growth hackers, confident of getting the necessary investments and hit the jackpot in the market. But to do this, you have to scramble. Software d
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You may have heard a lot about Elon Musk, who's assembling a team for a flight to Mars. What happens if their Starship deviates course by just a fraction of a degree at the start? It will be a miracle if, instead of Mars, they hit
/ Team Lead and Backend Competency Lead
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Do you know the difference between the following syntax? [x for x in range(5)] (x for x in range(5)) tuple(range(5)) This is exactly what differentiates Python from other languages. Coming from functional languages and being i
/ Senior Backend Engineer/ Team Lead
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“How much does it cost to develop a web application?” The answer to this question is what every client wants to hear from any development company – even before they describe what they want to receive in the end. “All the money t
/ Senior Business Analyst
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When asking how much it costs to develop a mobile app, it's important to know whether you're looking for a rough estimate or a detailed one. The thing is, the detailed estimate isn’t going to happen at the initial stage of the neg
/ Senior Business Analyst
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Business is business: if you're negotiating with a software vendor, you want to know their price. And how are you supposed to react when they tell you their software engineer hourly rate? After all, what’s at stake is not only you
/ Operations Manager
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