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What good is 15 years of software development experience if you don’t share it with others? On our blog, you will find helpful articles on a wide range of topics, from Python and React Native to DevOps and Product Design.

Learn the core company values of STX Next, how we defined them, and why core values are an essential foundation for any company.
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A growing list of books and literature for CTOs to develop their technical and business skills.
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In line with our philosophy of continuous growth, improvement, and exploration, 2018 is the year of implementing new technologies at STX Next: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Internet of Things, Golang, Blockchain, and React Native.
A Python developer at STX Next teaches you how to become a better software developer on the run and recover the seemingly wasted time by listening to podcasts and audiobooks—along with a list to get you started.
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There’s nothing wrong with scaling down or ending cooperation with an external software house. You shouldn’t be afraid to move your development back in-house, but first you need the right tools. Here are several ways to ensure your software project handover process goes smoothly.
A Product Owner at STX Next shares the story of how he and his team built a successful Minimum Viable Product for a powerful fintech platform in 5 weeks. Based on this experience, he offers 5 useful tips on how to accomplish a goal this ambitious against all odds.
Not too long ago I heard a developer sharing this gem of wisdom: “Resolving technical issues is much easier than those of a personal nature.” It was quite a surprise to hear it. I don’t think it is a popular thing to say, especially not by a person with a programming background. On the other hand, it sounds like a natural thing: technical problems are rational and we can resolve them using our reasoning skills. The only question is whether you are capable to think in abstract terms to find the solution. Personal issues, or let’s call them conflicts, are unique. They are often illogical, there are no easy patterns to resolve them and, I believe, we are not trained to deal with them.
Learn about common misconceptions about Scrum and other Agile myths.
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