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How to Enter German Market for IT and Business Services

German business culture is "a far cry" from that in the rest of the Western world. For instance, compared to the United States or United Kingdom, business communication in Germany...

MBA Learning Solutions By Intersog Is Recognized As The Best Project Management App for iPad

AppPicker has recently included our MBA Learning Solutions app in its List of Best Project Management Apps for iPad. According to app reviewer Cherry Mae Torrevillas, "this app...

Ukrainian IT Salaries: May-June 2013

DOU.UA, Ukrainian online community of software companies and IT guys, surveyed 5,000 specialists in May and June 2013 and compiled their poll results into a comprehensive guide to...

Web Development for Web Designers

The difference between Mobile Web Development and mobile apps development is often discussed online: on the IT forums and in articles like this one. They all describe the...

Mobile Applications as an Advertising Opportunity

The delivery of advertising with and within mobile applications is under way full speed, however some best practices have been defined, while some other have yet to be...

Ukrainian IT Specialist's DNA

DOU.UA, Ukraine's biggest online community of IT specialists, and Bionic Hill, Ukraine's first Live-Work-Learn-Play Technology Park, have recently conducted a joint research on...

How to set priorities in teams where developer and ScrumMaster roles are combined?

That’s quite an interesting question I oftentimes come across from the first days of evangelizing Scrum approaches. Small teams of 5 to 9 guys, especially those involved in IT...