I attended ParnasaFest here in Toronto tonight, and it was, in my opinion, a fabulous success. There were over 80 people in attendance, from a variety of professions. People were friendly, open and willing to talk. The speaker was great, getting people to think about why they were there (it’s facinating how many people can’t […]
If you don’t have a map, it’s a lot harder to figure out how to get where you want to go.
I do some work on the side for charities and small businesses. Most of this work would be referred to as “contract work” where I am brought in to do a particular task, for a specified amount of money, to be completed by a target date. With some of my clients, I have a formal […]
I’ve been working pretty hard for the last few days to complete another revision of a program I built, and finally released it to the client last night. I first wrote the program using Java, until I encountered too many obstacles to allow me to complete it in time for a self-imposed deadline. I then […]
If you hold a full-time job during the day, and moonlight with small projects, then you will likely be familiar with this scenario. Your day job is a source of steady income, and the side projects give you something extra, but are not reliable. When you have a project, you try to complete it as […]
As per a comment on an ealier post, I missed one section of the application process – your cover letter. This is perhaps the most significant part of your application, and yet, it often recieves the least attention. A well-written cover letter can make the difference between getting a job and not even reaching the […]