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About debugging: 8 things I wish I knew earlier in my career

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Being a developer for over 20 years I realized that when a started I saw debugging not as a craft on which I could improve but as a tedious factory job that sadly you need to do when you're a developer. And nobody wants to do dull work, so as many before me I started looking for ways to improve »

Daily Standups don’t have to suck!

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Agile working, Scrum, Daily Standups. There I’ve almost got a row on the Recruiter Bingo card. But seriously, I’ve worked at several companies in the last couple of years and I’ve been doing daily standups for more than 5 years now. In this article, I’ll talk about how daily standups can be more efficient. It all »

Pause your Adwords campaigns automatically when a site is down with an Adwords script

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When working in the field of SEA, one of your main goals is to get people to click on your ads. But what if the website is down, or not working properly because of a technical issue? That's a waste of that CPC, right? At Greenhouse Group we monitor all our clients' websites with uptime monitoring tools, like Uptime Robot »

Personalized offline ads - Part 1: Recognizing people

Online ads are getting more and more personalized. To a large degree, this is made possible because of the huge amounts of data gathered online. Using this data, smart algorithms are able to tailor ads to a specific person's interests and needs. What if we would be able to personalize ads on the same level in the offline world? The »

Helping our new Data Scientists start in Python: A guide to learning by doing

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The Data Science team at Greenhouse Group is steadily growing and continuously changing. This also implies new Data Scientists and interns starting regularly. Each new Data Scientist we hire is unique and has a different set of skills. What they all have in common though is a strong analytical background and the practical ability to apply this on real business »