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Last time, I brought to you the top 15 most prospective startups shaking up the New York scene. This week, we’re looking at the other side of the coin – the New York startups that have already found great success and firmly established themselves in our hearts and minds.
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Dribbble Meetups are self-organized events where designers get a chance for to socialize, talk shop, and foster their local design communities. The events range from the casual, five-person, coffee-shop roundtable to the chef-catered, bar-tended, 200-person extravaganza. Thousands of designers worldwide attend Dribbble Meetups each year, so we decided to host our own.
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GraphQL is a fairly new technology that will let you adjust your data requirements on the fly and increase the efficiency of your app while keeping your current stack.
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Inbbbox for Android is the latest incarnation of the app offering a personalised and uncluttered experience in Dribbble - “a place to show and tell, promote, discover, and explore design”. You can download it right now and dive into the buzzing community - or check out the iOS version.
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Could you please write yet another top 10 key people list for London Tech? Sure, I said. Easier said than done, though. Well, it is easy to collate a list of top 10 influential people in London.
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This week Facebook has officially announced React Fiber, a new version of its popular JavaScript library for building user interfaces. The news from F8 2017, Facebook Developers Conference that took place on 18-19th April, raised many questions and concerns among founders who have developed their apps using React. Is there actually anything to worry about? Does this mean that they will have to rewrite their apps?
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At Netguru, we’re continuously trying to optimise our internal processes. One of our processes consists in balancing the skills of individual employees when composing project teams, which ranks rather high on the headaches-per-hour scale. As such, we needed to get smart about it.
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The business landscape is packed with visionary startups looking to change the world and make it a better place. Life is not so rosy, though. Plenty of promising startups are destined to misfire, and one of the reasons is the fact that they fail at successfully pitching their businesses to investors. Their ideas can be amazing, but if they can't convince lenders to trust them and share the risk their ventures involve, they might not even get a chance to make it to the market.
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If there is one thing that is certain about the London startup ecosystem, it is the fact that no one knows what is the next big thing. Netguru has been brave enough to list top 10 most promising startups in 2016. We have now checked how our predictions worked and, happy with the accuracy, we take the challenge again.
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Ninety Percent is a game-changer in the fashion industry. They took the challenge of creating a stylish brand that would link latest trends with a sustainable approach towards society and environment. Their main goal is to empower customers to make a difference through fashion. The company allocates 90 percent of their profits to four charitable causes, and customers are the ones who can vote for the cause they wish to support. At the end of the year, the profits will be split between the charities based on the votes.
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