Off the Beaten Path: A Project Management Field Guide (Real Life Professional Services Series) (Volume 1)

It is time to redefine success. The field of project management is ready for change. Though certification courses teach valuable skills, this profession is as much art as it is science. When applying knowledge, it’s crucial to consider and accommodate Continue reading Off the Beaten Path: A Project Management Field Guide (Real Life Professional Services Series) (Volume 1)

DO NOT GO PAPERLESS… Here’s Why…

I agree… pretty stupid title for an article, huh? OF COURSE you should go paperless. Ask about my Excel spreadsheet estimator. It will tell you interesting things, such as costs, break-even points, timelines, etc.  Is your organization considering going paperless? Continue reading DO NOT GO PAPERLESS… Here’s Why…

TutorialsPoint.com

I have to distribute this via the Codango Blog… This just in… TutorialsPoint.com – I am just finding this resource, believe it or not. To sign up and create a course? Take one? Decisions, decisions! Check it out! http://tutorialspoint.com

Best Tips for Designing an Amazing Web App

The design of web applications is more than just creation of a website. Actually, these are two different things. Web applications are the base for systems of electronic payments and Internet banking, corporate portals, document management, e-mailing, business calendars, and Continue reading Best Tips for Designing an Amazing Web App

Make Massive Amounts of Money Blogging: 12 Monetization Strategies Insiders Use to Make $124,074/Month

Companies love blogging. It is a proven fact that companies who blog receive 97% more hits to their website. That means they have 97% more of a chance of getting a customer than they did before. So, if blogging can Continue reading Make Massive Amounts of Money Blogging: 12 Monetization Strategies Insiders Use to Make $124,074/Month

Documentation: The Good, The Bad, and The Unreliable

by Nick Toscano There are two types of people in this world: those who read directions and those who don’t. Even the best improvisers out there still need to occasionally glance at their instruction booklets when putting together their Dombas Continue reading Documentation: The Good, The Bad, and The Unreliable