Tomek is one of the first batch of interns we ever had at Lunar Logic. Let's ask him a few questions about internships at Lunar Logic. After all, who is a better person to answer them?
Articles tagged with "culture"
What makes software development internships at Lunar Logic an attractive proposition? Why our internships are different than typical, out-of-the-mill programs that are widely available?
Startups often expect confirmation that their product dreams can be made true. Experience suggests that vast majority of them will fail. Facing the truth is a crucial element of success but it's easier to believe in the promise of fulfilling dreams.
Craftsmanship translates into increasing quality of work over time. However, continuously increasing quality means bigger costs too. Can there be too much of crafsmanship? How to find the right balance?
No business relationship will last unless parties build mutual trust. There's no better way to build trust than transparency. Radical transparency ensures open and honest communication with clients.
Self-organization and autonomy, especially distributed throughout the whole organization, significantly improve the odds of building the right thing.
How extrinsic rewards affect intrinsic motivation. And what it all has to do with Kudos at Lunar Logic.
Unexpected help from developers who aren't committed to a project at the moment.
The surprising truth about what makes high performing teams. I'll give you a hint, it's not tech skills.
What happens when you give employees control of their own salaries? A lot of great things, actually.
Pawel explains why we take transparency seriously here at Lunar. I’ll give you a hint, it’s better, easier and fairer.
Lunar Logic is a no management company and our hiring process is always evolving.How do we recruit great people without managers? Read this to find out.
Who is Lunar Logic? What is the unique value you get from cooperating with us? The answer is simple.
Introducing transparent salaries is a big change. Paweł Brodziński describes how we introduced them in three stages.
When to introduce open salaries? How long will it take? Paweł Brodziński describes, briefly, the process of introducing transparency at Lunar Logic.
Pursuing open salaries just for the sake of doing it doesn’t make sense. Pawel explains why we chose to do it.
Riccardo Odone is a great example of how to get your dream job. He flew 13000km to score an internship and work at Lunar Logic. Read about it here.
A couple of words about Rails Girls Silesia, becoming a coach, and a coaches mindset by Kasia Szawan.
Lunar Logic folk share feedback. A lot of feedback. Positive and even more positive. How? Pawel shares how we encourage peer-to-peer feedback in our workplace.
Choosing a software development shop is a big decision. Paweł Brodziński shares his thoughts on value for money in web development.
This year the bonus system at Lunar Logic is fueled by generosity. Read how the system works.
Pawel explains how Personal Kanban can improve your workflow and make your more efficient.
How to have productive meetings when your company has no managers. A short guide to lean coffee at Lunar Logic.
Programmers should work 5 hours a day at most. And measure time using kitchen timers.
A summary of the Pawel's and Paul's trip to Kanban Leadership Retreat.
According to the stereotypes, programmers don't talk about their feelings. What about drawing your emotions?
Being a portable boss takes guts. Be prepared to experience uneasiness and awkward looks and situations.
It's always nice to hear that you've done a great job. Especially from a peer. And get a geeky gadget, or two. Check out our Kudos praise system :)