The story about how science helped us challenge ourselves. Are we really as good at choosing diverse candidates as we think we are?
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How extrinsic rewards affect intrinsic motivation. And what it all has to do with Kudos at Lunar Logic.
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.
Introducing transparent salaries is a big change. Paweł Brodziński describes how we introduced them in three stages.
How to deal with randomly failing Cucucumber tests when it's blocking your deploy? Maciej Ciemborowicz answers shortly.
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.
Do you remember pg_morph, which "cheated" ActiveRecord? Now foreign keys for polymorphic relations can be added without unnecessary database overload.
The gauguin gem allows you to count a realistic number of image colors or to create color palettes based on images.
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.
How to setup a custom Rails development work environment that satisfies your needs.
Kuba crafted this clever little Rails bot to make sure he sees only valuable tweets in this big pile of rubble called Twitter.
If you know in a big city, you probably know how noisy and polluted it is. AirCasting is an android app that helps you measure your enviroment's health.