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After more than 13 years spent working for the automotive, wood industry and Internet of Things businesses, where I was running and coordinating projects, designing whole production systems and helping develop some of the breakthrough, environment-saving technologies, I thought it was a good time to make a change and search for new opportunities to grow.
This blog post is co-written by Norbert Lesny and Łukasz Mielnikowski from Setapp’s 3D app team. Moving from game to app development might seem like a long leap, but it was in fact quite swift for us. We transitioned mainly because we felt that the game development environment was not consistent enough and there was
Global investments in EdTech are on the rise. 24 percent more in 2017 than in 2016. Smartphones and tablets are getting affordable. And more accessible. The use of VR and AR in education is gaining momentum. 1200 EdTech companies in the UK. Wait a second, isn’t that supposed to be FinTech? Big brother a.k.a FinTech
The Scrum Guide™ states that the outcome of a sprint planning event should be a list of Product Backlog Items (PBIs) and a plan on how to deliver them. Similar to other things in the Scrum framework, a concrete definition of what the plan should look like is not provided. Authors of the Scrum framework
If you are a programmer looking for something significant to do during one of your October weekends, why not joining us in Poznań for a hackathon? You just need to gather a team of no more than six people, come up with a good idea and sign up here. Are you still unsure why you
Many entrepreneurs assume that employees should specialise only in one area. They are supposed to focus on their tasks and deal with them as soon as possible. On one hand, it is perfectly understandable, but on the other, if you want to cooperate with passionate people you have to bear in mind that for them
Everyone wants to develop their skills but there is more than one way to do it. That is why we at Setapp have decided to abandon the idea of a career path. It is unnecessary to force people to use the way which we (as a company) think is the best one. Luckily we have