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Adrian Zamorski
7 min read
Nov. 19, 2020
Not too long ago we celebrated Code Poets’ 7th anniversary. Needless to say, we’ve been a little bit sentimental lately and took loads of long hard looks at our history and the current state of affairs. That, and the inherent need to celebrate [...]

Karol Pokomeda
Karol Pokomeda
8 min read
Dec. 03, 2020
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If I was to compare hackathons to anything, the first thought in my head would be the Olympics. Too grand…? Probably. But the fact is, hackathons are a very important part of a developer's (and software house’s) life. Let’s start from the [...]
Adrian Zamorski
Adrian Zamorski
7 min read
Oct. 22, 2020
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The 2020 pandemic has shifted a lot in business, but the IT industry has probably had it the easiest. After all, we’ve had many remote practices already in place for years. It’s enabled a lot of companies to optimize their operations and budgets, [...]

Adrian Zamorski
Adrian Zamorski
6 min read
Oct. 07, 2020
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Any business decision needs to be made in full awareness of the budget aspect. Even when the company is doing well, that’s no excuse for overspending. This is why, very understandably, when your firm needs some IT services, the Excel spreadsheets [...]
Magdalena Zamorska
Magdalena Zamorska
6 min read
Sep. 17, 2020
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A few weeks back we’ve posted our first, introductory article in the teal series. It explained in detail what a teal (self-organizing) organization is, so if you have no idea what I’m talking about, make sure to check it out first. Today I’d like to [...]

Adrian Zamorski
Adrian Zamorski
5 min read
Aug. 31, 2020
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So… blockchain is your passion and area of expertise, you’re entrepreneurial, had a great idea and ended up working on a startup. Congratulations! Now all you need is some coding to power it up… and here starts the trouble. Too many options — should [...]
Jakub Czachura
Jakub Czachura
5 min read
Aug. 12, 2020
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Here at Code Poets we’re lucky enough to be involved in the blockchain industry. Our expert developers work on several projects, including highly respected organizations such as Ethereum Foundation, as well as startups, eg. Centi. That’s why we keep [...]

Karol Pokomeda
Karol Pokomeda
8 min read
Dec. 03, 2020
unnamed.jpg
If I was to compare hackathons to anything, the first thought in my head would be the Olympics. Too grand…? Probably. But the fact is, hackathons are a very important part of a developer's (and software house’s) life. Let’s start from the [...]
Adrian Zamorski
Adrian Zamorski
7 min read
Nov. 19, 2020
7_reasons_startup.jpg
Not too long ago we celebrated Code Poets’ 7th anniversary. Needless to say, we’ve been a little bit sentimental lately and took loads of long hard looks at our history and the current state of affairs. That, and the inherent need to celebrate [...]

Adrian Zamorski
Adrian Zamorski
7 min read
Oct. 22, 2020
Blockchain_workshops.jpg
The 2020 pandemic has shifted a lot in business, but the IT industry has probably had it the easiest. After all, we’ve had many remote practices already in place for years. It’s enabled a lot of companies to optimize their operations and budgets, [...]
Adrian Zamorski
Adrian Zamorski
6 min read
Oct. 07, 2020
Freelancers_vs_SH.jpg
Any business decision needs to be made in full awareness of the budget aspect. Even when the company is doing well, that’s no excuse for overspending. This is why, very understandably, when your firm needs some IT services, the Excel spreadsheets [...]

Magdalena Zamorska
Magdalena Zamorska
6 min read
Sep. 17, 2020
Teal Case Study.jpg
A few weeks back we’ve posted our first, introductory article in the teal series. It explained in detail what a teal (self-organizing) organization is, so if you have no idea what I’m talking about, make sure to check it out first. Today I’d like to [...]
Adrian Zamorski
Adrian Zamorski
5 min read
Aug. 31, 2020
in-house vs software house.jpg
So… blockchain is your passion and area of expertise, you’re entrepreneurial, had a great idea and ended up working on a startup. Congratulations! Now all you need is some coding to power it up… and here starts the trouble. Too many options — should [...]