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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 [...]

Magdalena Zamorska
Magdalena Zamorska
5 min read
Aug. 03, 2020
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A teal organization — have you heard this term before? Odds are you haven’t, as it’s only been used quite recently, starting from 2014. What exactly does it mean, why is it such a trending topic right now and, finally, what does it have to do with [...]
Alicja Habiniak
Alicja Habiniak
8 min read
Jun. 29, 2020
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Project management in the software industry has been evolving almost as fast as software itself. Over the past few decades we had to reinvent the traditional approach to managing people and what they do because it no longer fits the new reality. [...]

Adrian Zamorski
Adrian Zamorski
6 min read
Jun. 15, 2020
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As I’m sitting down to write this, it is June 2020. The world isn’t over (obviously), but the world-as-we-know-it — certainly feels quite distant. The coronavirus pandemic has touched almost every industry and human life aspect, IT being no [...]
Adrian Zamorski
Adrian Zamorski
7 min read
Jun. 01, 2020
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Code Poets’ main passion is… writing code. Obviously. We do our best to structure our work so that programming is always the #1 priority. But once you start coding as a part of a bigger organization, there are other tasks and responsibilities that [...]

Adam Karpiński
Adam Karpiński
8 min read
Feb. 07, 2020
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I’ve been interested in game development for a long time. During my university years, I would manage to pass some of my courses with minor game projects. But due to a lack of time I could never approach this subject more seriously. So when one of us [...]
Karol Beker
Karol Beker
7 min read
Dec. 10, 2019
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Choosing the right framework from the start can accelerate development time and help any company get to market faster at a lower cost. A web framework is a prebuilt tool that provides your developers with prewritten, tested, and secure code. As [...]

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 [...]
Magdalena Zamorska
Magdalena Zamorska
5 min read
Aug. 03, 2020
Teal organizations.jpg
A teal organization — have you heard this term before? Odds are you haven’t, as it’s only been used quite recently, starting from 2014. What exactly does it mean, why is it such a trending topic right now and, finally, what does it have to do with [...]

Alicja Habiniak
Alicja Habiniak
8 min read
Jun. 29, 2020
Project-management.jpg
Project management in the software industry has been evolving almost as fast as software itself. Over the past few decades we had to reinvent the traditional approach to managing people and what they do because it no longer fits the new reality. [...]
Adrian Zamorski
Adrian Zamorski
6 min read
Jun. 15, 2020
Covid-19.jpg
As I’m sitting down to write this, it is June 2020. The world isn’t over (obviously), but the world-as-we-know-it — certainly feels quite distant. The coronavirus pandemic has touched almost every industry and human life aspect, IT being no [...]

Adrian Zamorski
Adrian Zamorski
7 min read
Jun. 01, 2020
Sheetstorm.jpg
Code Poets’ main passion is… writing code. Obviously. We do our best to structure our work so that programming is always the #1 priority. But once you start coding as a part of a bigger organization, there are other tasks and responsibilities that [...]
Adam Karpiński
Adam Karpiński
8 min read
Feb. 07, 2020
mpv_development_small.jpg
I’ve been interested in game development for a long time. During my university years, I would manage to pass some of my courses with minor game projects. But due to a lack of time I could never approach this subject more seriously. So when one of us [...]