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    Cristian Gherghel - 13 Apr 2021
    My story starts in college; actually in my dropping out of it In '98 I went to college in Bucharest. I tried to keep up for about two years, but when I found the PC room in the basement, with around 20 Windows NT machines connected to the Internet, something clicked for me. I was so fascinated that shortly after I dropped out of school to create my own story.
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    It’s okay to feel a little reluctant when you first begin a collaboration with a remote software development team. Managing a team located hundreds of kilometers away can make you feel a little insecure, and that’s alright. But you need to build your product on time, on budget, and to top code quality standards, and hiring an internal development team doesn’t always make financial sense.
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