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Edutainment: the battle of concerns

19/04/2015 | Add comment

Back when mobile devices really started to become popular, if you were teenage back then you were lucky if your parents let you get one. They were seen as nothing more than just an expensive gadget which would eventually just be hidden away and barely be touched. Here we are a few short years later […]

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Is startup planning really healthy?

07/04/2015 | Add comment

I am not going to lie to you. Startup planners are an irritating bunch. Most of them seem to get into the world of business for the wrong reasons. They see all of those startups being sold for millions and millions of dollars and they suddenly seem to think their idea has exactly the same […]

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Bugless development or why bugs are healthy

26/01/2014 | Add comment

Many people will tell you that software development should tend to deliver a product that is as bug free as possible. Many experienced developers will tell and proof the opposite: bugless software development is impossible. Software development is a process that consists of 40% development and 60% managing all the necessities in time and place. […]

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Frustrations of the development

10/12/2012 | Add comment

It’s busy period always before Christmas. Clients have ideas and request, we [at 2dwarfs] have started projects of our own, so we have interference. And although it’s always much fun to develop projects of your own (I’d be dishonest and lying if I say otherwise, ask anyone), we must stick to our professional ideology of […]

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Small screwups

10/12/2012 | Add comment

What makes a good professional what he is is not how good is his knowledge in developing a piece of software, not even how clever, intelligent or talented he is. It’s how fast he is developing a well designed and precisely structured project. That is something close to what is mentioned here, companies rushing after time […]

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