Last week, we had a chance to interview Dima Kuchin, the CTO at Unomy, a sales and marketing intelligence platform ranked Highest in Customer Satisfaction by G2Crowd. Continue reading for Dima’s tips on interviewing developers and running an offshore software development team in Ukraine.
Despite the spread of the Agile methodology, a few outdated project management tactics still persist, demotivating great developers and undermining the success of promising projects. We’ve compiled a list of six common strategies you should stay away from when managing your development team.
Simply adjusting your traditional onboarding process to fit the unique needs of remote employees doesn’t work. You need to redesign your existing onboarding routine, and our step-by-step guide to onboarding remote developers should give you plenty of ideas.
Ukraine is home to the largest tech talent pool in Europe – the latest data shows that over 90,000 IT professionals work here. This number, impressive as it sounds, doesn’t really tell you much in terms of how likely you are to find the talent you really need. To help you out, we conducted our own research and got real answers to two simple questions: “How many developers are there in Ukraine, really?” and “What skills do these developers have?”
This April, Daxx Kyiv took part in the 7th annual DOU IT Cup, a futsal championship which attracted 16 IT companies based in Ukraine’s capital. We’re happy to announce that our team came in third.