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Make Impact with Impact Mapping

impact mapping

Imagine the situation: for several months, all your team is hard at work developing a project. The product is cool, you release a trial version — and suddenly the client says that «it’s just not what he meant». Or, he is totally satisfied with the functional, you shake hands, and in a couple of months, you occasionally come across the comment in which your ex-client complains: he invested excessive amounts of money in cooperation with you, and now the product doesn’t bring him any slightest profit. Obviously, it damages the image of the company.

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How to Effectively Balance Work and Study?

Balance Work and Study

Ukrainian IT-industry lacks about 15 thousand specialists every year — it is a great opportunity for those who want to «enter the IT». However, the lack of personnel doesn’t mean that IT companies are ready to accept people without knowledge. Programming courses can be a good start if you decide to get practical knowledge in the IT field. We have prepared some tips on how to enhance productivity and to effectively balance work and study.

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Things to know when embarking on large IT projects

Embarking_on_large_IT_projects

If small projects can be treated as ships (or starships, if your prefer), guiding large IT projects is closer to commanding a whole fleet. How can you, as entrepreneur, approach leading complex projects and make sure that your offshore development team will deliver the best possible results?

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Code refactoring in PhpStorm

Code refactoring in PhpStorm

PHP refactoring is really cool! But in the process of fulfilling it, some routine operations and repetitive actions with the code are rather frequent. And in the end there still may remain a lot of syntax errors. Well it often kills any initiative. And surely this is not cool. Fortunately, modern IDE are able to take part of the tasks for themselves while the developer can concentrate on the process of refactoring of code and architecture as a whole, rather than on the fight against boring code.

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