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Remote Work Advice From Our Design Lead

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KindGeek’s Desing Lead, Nazar Vonitovyi, learned about the neccesity to properly organize yourself and your working place during the remote work the hard way. Here are his advice on working from home gained through 4 months of practice.
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The Story of One Kind Geek

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I received an offer from another, way bigger company, and… Well, sure, with my rose-colored glasses on, I took the offer. One more year has passed, I’ve got a few different certifications and watched hundreds of thousands of dollars being wasted.
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Michael Kramarenko on Traps of Product Delivery

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Michael Kramarenko conducted a lecture on the art of delivery management, “Traps of Delivery or Delivery of Traps,” for Outsource People 2019, which took place in Kyiv. People who attended the event had a rare opportunity to learn from the precious bits of experience and knowledge Michael shared.
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Growth of a Software Development Company

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Our CEO and co-founder of KindGeek, Anton Skrypnyk, and his father, Oleksiy Skrypnyk, who is also an entrepreneur and co-founder of the Eleks software development company, participated in GrowthFactory QnA webinar, “Growth of a Company and CEO Development”. On this webinar, they shared their experiences and insights regarding entrepreneurship, business, and outsourcing of software development. This article is a translation and a summary of the webinar and its key points.
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The Interview With KindGeek's CEO Anton Skrypnyk for Urban Space Radio

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O: Honestly, it does not sound like a conversation about business partners but rather as a conversation about relations between people in love: your entrust each other with your dreams and move together to reach them. A: Yeah, it is actually like that. Choosing your business partner is not simpler than choosing your life partner. …. I start my first lecture by asking who already has a job.
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Dream and Act, the way to implementation

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The main topic is incredibly powerful and simple “Dream and act”. Anton Skrypnyk is KindGeek’s CEO, Lviv Business School’s MSc in Technology Management program alumni and father of two kinds, lecturer in Lviv Polytechnic National University. “It is great to perceive that in my class above 75% of students are working already, while in another one – only 10%, and I personally and KindGeek want to be the ‘wave”, which makes good viral initiatives and push the action.”