With a couple projects wrapping up, I will once again have some free time to take on additional work in the form of contract or long-term projects.
With more than ten years of experience in PHP development, I’ve worked on both large and small code bases alike. I am available to provide help modernizing a code base, training your team in best practices, and implementing features. I’ll help your organization move faster, with less stress, in whatever projects you’re currently working on.
Thursday, August 14th, 2014 @ 2:38 pm | Comments (0) | Categories: Contract Work, PHP
Ever have that one client who says “it’s broken” and can’t give you any more information than that?
I’ve been there.
Before I get into it, let me put a disclaimer out there:
Saturday, August 30th, 2008 @ 4:29 pm |
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Categories: Contract Work, Business Management
Tags: project management, bug fix, custom software, development, clients, client relations
Freelance Switch once did a blog entry on the benefits of charging by the project, rather than by the hour. They argue that the benefits outweigh the costs, including the benefit of increasing efficiency.
I’ve often debated this myself, and I’ve wondered whether or not charging by the job was better than by the hour. When a person charges by the hour there’s always an unknown for the client, and always a question about whether or not the contractor should be efficient and get the job done quickly, to their detriment financially.
Sunday, August 10th, 2008 @ 10:20 pm |
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Categories: Business Management, Contract Work
Tags: charge per project, charge per hour, small business