The public transportation system in the city of our headquarters, Poznań, is a little behind on tech trends. While it keeps being modernized, it still leaves a lot to be desired.
With that in mind, two members of our Product Design team took it upon themselves to give our old public transport card a little makeover and make it more suited to the mobile era.
In this article, we’ll take you through the entire work process of our PD team. You can see for yourself how they approach problems, seek solutions, and execute their vision.
As the end of the year approaches, Clutch once again published their Clutch 1000 Global ranking.
Just like last year, we’re proud to be ranked in that category, which includes the top 1% of agencies on Clutch.
Read on to learn how we got the award and what our Director of Business Development has to say about it.
How are software houses created? Well, when one ambitious programmer and one rapidly growing language love each other very much…
The resulting passion can mark the beginning of a company such as ours.
In this article, we’ll summarize the history of Europe’s Python Powerhouse, and share news about our next big step in international growth.
In software development, quality comes at a cost. Having an entire team of the finest talents in the industry might be a tempting prospect, but only so long as you don’t consider the total potential cost.
This is where software development outsourcing comes into play. An increasing number of businesses these days rely on external teams to handle either entire projects or specific tasks.
Outsourcing is a viable alternative to in-house development, which comes with its unique share of pros and cons. We’re here to tell you about both development options, showcasing exactly what each has to offer.
It’s time to talk about our latest award from Clutch, the B2B service providers ranking. This time, we’ve been named one of the Top Financial Services Software Developers of 2019.
Read on to learn how we won the award (spoiler: happy fintech clients) and what it means for us (hint: we’re glad, as always).
Python and Ruby are both general-purpose, high-level languages that allow developers to write concise and readable code to achieve similar, high-quality results when it comes to building web apps.
What makes them different, however, is their approach to solving problems, and their ways of doing so have grown over the years to encompass areas beyond web development.
In this article, we will give you a brief overview of the main characteristics of Python and Ruby to help you decide which one is a better fit for your next software project.