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New Edition of Site Published

I published a new version of my website for Optimal Upgrade Consulting which can be found here. Comments and suggestions are always welcome.

New Website

After listening to people’s comments on the design and layout of my website, I have changed the look. The content will be updated over the next few days, but comments on the design, layout, and style are welcome.

Preparing to Attend a Networking Event

Going to a networking event? A six step guide to getting ready to meet new people.

Top Reasons to Work From Home and Make It Work

There are many lists posted regarding reasons to work from home. However, many of the lists don’t consider the problems inherent in working from home, as pertains to those lists. What I will attempt to do here is list out some reasons to work from home, the potential issue with each, and how to work […]

Website Launch

Today is the official launch of the Marlee Shul website: http://marleeshul.com. Still a work in progress, but the bare bones of the site are there, and it will be updated frequently over the next few weeks.

Contract Work and Contracts

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 […]

Work Published At Last

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 […]

Subcontracting: A Middleman's Perspective

As a technical consultant, I have worked with several contracts over the course of a few years. In all these cases, I was working directly for the client. However, during a discussion with one of my networking groups last night, we talked about the issues of subcontracting, and the problems they solve and create. A […]