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We love change at Netguru. Nothing is set in stone. You can define your working hours, shape your working space, and create your own career path. We do have some guidelines for each stage of your adventure with project management, but the actual career decisions are entirely up to you. So ask yourself: what makes you tick? And find your place in our team!
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The Netguru team currently consists of over 170 people who are assigned to various projects on a regular basis. You can imagine how much time it requires to prepare comprehensive reports on their work for different clients.  We wanted to help our scheduler - Natalia - who had to regularly create multiple reports in XLS files. To this end, we created a simple Rails application which auto-generates the XLS reports based on data acquired from our People app’s API, which Natalia previously created manually.
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To tell you the truth, it’s hard for me to imagine our daily workflow without Slack, here at Netguru. I would be no exaggeration to say that next to Jira — our favorite utility for project management — and Hubspot, which we use for marketing activities and Salesforce for tracking sales, Slack is the most important tool in our company. After over a year of Slacking we’ve already picked out our favourite features and discovered many useful tricks that have revolutionized the way we communicate. Check out our Slack hacks and start slacking like a pro.
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Today is another happy day for Netguru. One more time, our founders Wiktor Schmidt and Kuba Filipowski have been placed on the prestigious list of the most creative people in business published by Brief magazine. Two years ago they were placed on 38th position, while this year, they were ranked 13.
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Android apps are extremely popular which pretty much guarantees a steady flow of work for Android developers. Some offers are better than others, so that’s why choosing the right one can sometimes seem like a bit of a lottery. In this blog post I want to give you a list of 5 solid reasons why you should seriously consider working as an Android dev at Netguru - the company I chose to work with some time ago.
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Today is a happy day for Netguru. We have been placed on the prestigious list of the most dynamically developing companies in the country published by Forbes magazine. We were ranked 17 in our category in the whole country, and 3 in our voivodeship. It’s great news for us!
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10 Rules of Running a Remote Team

To say that the people who work for Netguru are scattered the length and breadth of the country still wouldn’t give you the full picture. Now, it’s true that we have 7 offices in Poland, but our employees aren’t obliged to actually go there to work. As a result, you can meet Netgureans in Cyprus, Buenos Aires, Budapest, Tel Aviv or even Kuwait. How I make sure that our workflow goes smoothly and manage my team if it’s a hundreds miles away? Simple - by sticking to the 10 rules of running a remote team, which I would like to share with you now.
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Our Way: Christmas Tree Competition at Netguru

Once upon a time, there were 150 good-hearted humans scattered around Poland in 7 cities: Poznań, Warsaw, Cracow, Gdansk, Wroclaw, Bialystok, and Zielona Gora. They all had one thing in common: they were code masters, bug busters, relentless project tamers, and beautiful-minded support angels of the Netguru tribe. These humans were about to celebrate holidays this year in a very special way.
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What’s my usual day at work? Constant information flow and dozens of emails dropping in my inbox every hour. I bet I’m not the only one here and your days look exactly the same, no matter if you’re a project manager, business owner, or marketing professional. This pace and amount of work can lead to troublesome situations.
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Negative feedback is something you shouldn't be afraid of - in fact, embracing it and getting the most out of it will help you evolve as a developer. I wanted to share how I learned to treat negative feedback as a push towards improvement.
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