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Date: 22 May 2020

A Technical Architect is someone with the knowledge and skills necessary to design and create effective technical solutions. In order to become a TA, you need to be a thinker and a problem-solver. You need to plan long-term, creating solutions that will help your client or company go from zero to millions of customers. Suffice to say, becoming a Technical Architect isn’t a piece of cake. However, there are habits that you can pick up to grow yourself into this prestigious position.

Date: 22 Jan 2020

January is the month of last year's summary. It is a great opportunity to take a look at its achievements so far and plan further actions. What happened in fireup.pro in 2019? In the following article you will find the answer to this question.

Date: 02 Dec 2019

In the IT world the idea of a hackathon is widely known and very popular. This is a very good opportunity to test your programming skills, free up creative resources and test your presentation skills. So when we got the invitation from Sandoz, one of the world's largest drug manufacturers, we didn't hesitate for a moment. We knew we would be there. And we were. What's more, we brought one out of the three awards with us! How did this happen? You must read on.

Date: 02 Oct 2019

If you want to enter the world of artificial intelligence methods, you can easily get lost at the start. This dynamically developing field is so heavily created by marketing as the savior of the whole IT world that it’s no longer clear what the particular buzz words mean. So, why don’t we take a look at this?

Date: 06 Jun 2019

Categories:agilecooperation

In our company teams are practicing Scrum. Below you can find a simple explanation on how we perform backlog items estimation.

Date: 30 Jan 2019

As a rule, it looks like most of us don’t think about how to build a development team. The team is just there. There are several developers, sometimes a tester and they form a team… only in name. However, are these people really a team? Real teamwork is really a fleeting matter. Unfortunately, organizations often fall into traps that don’t allow them to achieve teamwork within their dev teams. How to get out of the impasse? Read below.