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When the Schedule Slips

Planning schedules for projects can be difficult. When the schedule begins to slip, what should you, as a vendor, be doing? How can you repair the relationship with the client?

Post Parnasa Fest Toronto II

Last night was the second round of Parnasa Fest in Toronto. While the turnout at the event could have been better (about 30 – 40 people came), it did teach me something new about small networking events. At a small networking event, you will have the opportunity to speak to every person in the room. […]

Benefits of a Mentor

Are you running a small business? If you don’t already have a mentor, here’s why you should start looking for one.

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.

Email Overload and Prompt Replies

The information superhighway is stuck in eternal gridlock during a blizzard, with the volume of information increasing at an exponential rate while the ability to locate quality information consistently decreases. How can you maintain a semblance of control over your ever-expanding inbox?

Site Test Launch

I’ve posted a new version of my site, www.optimalupgrades.com (or .ca, they forward to each other). I’m looking for some feedback on the site. Any comments or suggestions are welcome.

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 […]