Business

Building an Uber-like App for Trucks

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Let’s hit that cheesy metaphor quota right from the start and be done with it. So, trucks are like hemoglobin of the world economy transporting important stuff through the concrete vessels of the lands to keep the markets breathing and people consuming. And trucks do it at an unimaginably high rate. In the US alone, there 3.5 million professional truckers, and this number is still isn’’t enough. And while the economy does not seem like chilling out (except for when its plans get interrupted by the unforgiving Mother Nature and bats), the demand for truck services will continue to grow.
Business

KindGeek Donated to Emergency Hospital in Lviv

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“This is a critical time during which we have to mobilize. Individuals, volunteers, small and medium-sized businesses should act together to help fight the virus spreading. This time our enemy is invisible. However, fear and indifference are even more dangerous enemies.”
BusinessTips

How to Find a CTO for Your Company

8 Mins read
Great Chief Technical Officer (CTO) is quite a rare individual to find considering that, on top of being a good leader, such a person should have deep technical knowledge, a diverse spectrum of skills, and a ton of hard-earned experience. In addition, the battle-hardened candidate for a CTO position is well-aware of his or her value, has an intense drive to work on interesting projects, and has a privilege to be a picky person.
BusinessTips

The Myth of Business English: Fighting A Dragon

8 Mins read
Sometimes, people use the label “Business English” as an excuse to write/say fancy sentences saturated with synonyms from Thesaurus, complicated constructions, and unnecessary passive voice. Such sentences create the dragon that kills the liveliness of the language and makes our sentences clumsy, redundant, and sometimes difficult to understand. It alienates a writer from the audience.
BusinessSoftware Outsourcing

Top 6 Challenges Businesses Face Working With Offshore Software Developers

4 Mins read
Software Outsourcing saves money and time, leaving plenty of space for you to do what you do best – business. However, we do realize that not everything is so smooth and clean with tech-contractors. When working with a software company outside of your country, you should be ready to face challenges that come along with another culture, another timezone, another legal background, and distance. And the more inexperienced a software outsourcer is – the more apparent these challenges may be.
BusinessMarkets

The Four Elephants of KindGeek’s Corporate Culture

3 Mins read
A company without a corporate culture is a house of cards: blow on it and witness the structure crumbling down under its own weight, people screaming for help in the ruins, the clouds of dust wreathing above the ground, and thundering noises filling the air. I digress. The presence of corporate culture, first and foremost, is an acknowledgment of the fact that a company should create value.
BusinessFinTech

Comparison of Cross-Platform Development Tools

6 Mins read
Want your software product to reach the widest audience possible on the maximum number of devices? Want to make your application cross-platform? Get yourself ready to be intimidated by the number of OPTIONS; they are many. This article will help you figure out where to start with cross-platform software development.
BusinessSoftware Outsourcing

Tech Trends of This Year

4 Mins read
A lot of opportunities await, but an eager entrepreneur should be careful about trying to juggle too many balls at once and rather should stick to whatever their company does the best. Always remember that our game is not about the trends but about quality and making the world a little more convenient place to be. However, knowing tech trends can help you better manage your investments and implement relevant solutions.
Business

Why Discovery Phase Matters

4 Mins read
The discovery phase is a term that speaks for itself: to discover, to make the unknown – known and the invisible – visible. The very first goal of discovery phase is to determine the optimal architecture and functionality of a future system, defining what is redundant and what is essential to a project Even if the idea of the project comes in a shiny package with a lot of details to it, it does not mean that a creator has considered all the possible nuances.