Category: culture

Dawid Pawlicki

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Robotic process automation is gaining popularity since it’s proven to empower critical business processes while recalibrating human labor and manual effort. It’s mainly used by enterprise businesses, where the “no-code” factor plays a key role, making the process visualization crucial. RPA (Robotic Process Automation) is software automation technology that is programmable by users…
3 lessons learned in 2020 for a better 2021

3 lessons learned in 2020 for a better 2021

Traditionally, the end of the year is a good time for a summary. For us, the beginning of 2021 is the moment when we take a deep breath and plan our strategies for the next twelve months. Although 2020 wasn’t the easiest one, it brought three positive lessons for Synergy Codes that we want to use in the future. As Maciej Teska, the Synergy Codes CEO, said: ‘We almost walked dry through the global crisis caused by the breakout of Coronavirus. It makes us believe that in 2021 we can develop further and expand our competencies to surprise our customers.’ Here’s the story on the conclusions we have drawn from the undoubted breakthrough…

Paulina Kondratowicz

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4 steps to optimize the project with full control and live cooperation

4 steps to optimize the project with full control and live cooperation

Any manager or a team member, working on a project, encounter some typical issues. While you have deadlines to face, the reality of remote work doesn’t make anything easier. So why not look for the tools that will allow you to control and fully optimize your project?  The effective solutions for live cooperation within the project are just around the corner. Is it possible to obtain the effect of full optimization and taking control of the project in 4 steps? Yes, if the manager can delegate tasks to the team, sets the appropriate deadlines for each stage, maintains constant communication, and responds to the crisis immediately. At the same time, a team member is…

Synergy Codes

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Data-driven UX – how it can improve creating data vis apps

Data-driven UX – how it can improve creating data vis apps

When designing data visualization, as designers we need to understand the users’ intentions for interacting with our product and what answers to their questions they are trying to find. Typically, during the design process, user flow consists of a series of steps, which they usually finish with an action, such as buying a product, starting an operation, etc. The goal in this case is concrete and clearly defined. However, it is not all cracked up to be when the goal itself is not just to reach desired data but its exploration and analysis, during which a user can perform several actions. Let’s start with what is data visualization. Michael Friendly defines data visualization as…

Malgorzata Ciesielska

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Road to IT career – is it possible without experience?

Road to IT career – is it possible without experience?

Opening doors to the IT industry isn’t a piece of cake for a beginner, mainly because of the lack of experience. This issue is common for many industries, however, it seems to be a real challenge in IT. It’s not only the time that a newcomer needs to introduce himself. It happens that more experienced workers need to devote their time to the rookie to help him start the IT journey. It all started in high school. This is where I started to be keen on programming. I kicked off some websites and applications not only for my personal use but also for friends and family. Being aware that many IT companies are looking…

Mateusz Dropinski

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