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How can we avoid the headache of having too many and too heavy features or services? Add more resources? Do some refactoring? Pile up external services? But what if users keep coming back with more requests for new features?
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Ethereum is a great step forward in dealing with immediate, trustless value transferring in decentralised way. It is one of the most promising technologies of the future that already holds a great potential for online business.
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When creating a product you deal with tons of data on a daily basis – think about important information, about your users or details on how they are using your app. It should be reviewed and interpreted regularly – but how to do it efficiently? Regardless of what we are used to, tables are not the most user-friendly way to display data. Most of the time it’s not about reviewing specific numbers, but looking for trends – and this is when data visualisation comes to play.
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Do you think your app is safe enough? Nothing could be further from the truth! Nowadays we are surrounded by mobile applications which influence almost every aspect of our everyday life. Due to the fact that mobile apps also touch some sensitive parts of our lives, namely: banking, shopping, medical care, contacts, etc., developers put huge efforts into expanding their security. App creators implement more and more advanced data protection mechanisms, but do they really remember about  securing less obvious elements that take part in data processing? In this article we would like you to show how to avoid data leaks related to these elements based on Android OS.
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Elixir is a language based on Erlang VM, which means that there are more than 30 years of experience in building good virtual machines under the hood. This and the beauty of Elixir have convinced many companies to migrate some or all of their services using this language. Here are some of them:
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The success of Brexit referendum proved to be a huge blow to the image of London as the European tech capital. For months, the fears have grown. In fact, 2016 has been a great year for UK's startups. While the future of the financial passport and the access to EU talent remains uncertain, the European markets should remain open for the UK companies, and they should continue to increasingly depend on the efficiency of remote teams based in EU countries.
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When creating a product, many clients have concerns about the work of professionals who will be implementing their idea. This is accompanied by many questions: whether it is better to choose less experienced programmers for less money or more experienced but more expensive. Naturally, the latter may incur higher costs for the project, but only in the short term. In the long term, an experienced developer will prove to be a much better – and eventually cheaper – option than you expect.
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There are times when we face big problems and hard decisions in our businesses. In fact, starting and running a company is a constant struggle to win new clients, increase awareness, respond to customer needs and successfully launch products to the market. These challenges often raise questions on how it should be done properly. Having tested numerous solutions we’ve adopted  Product Design Sprint, a tool initially developed within Google, which will give you answers to these strategic questions. Our clients confirm its effectiveness and enumerate its many benefits. We picked five universal advantages of PDS to give you an idea how your business can profit from adopting this framework.
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Celebrating a city is about celebrating the individuals that make it remarkable. That’s why we want to focus on the most successful startup founders of 2017 that are based in NYC. Of course, to make the list you had to meet the following criteria:  Founder of a stable, yet promising startup in 2017, Founder based or started startup in NYC, Recent achievements and success.
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When delivering a final product, you might find yourself facing a tight deadline. The project has to meet certain specifications and the client’s requirements, and it needs to be free of bugs. In the midst of all that, end users are often forgotten. Users are going to have a bad time using your product if their needs are not taken into account during the development phase. This can, in turn, result in a product that is difficult to use and prone to human error. People tend to blame themselves for obstacles and errors they encounter using a product. This is quite unfortunate but mostly avoidable. See how you can avoid it. 
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