Calendar App – Mynd

Calendar App – Mynd

I have started to play with this iPhone Calendar app and really like it. You can add your LinkedIn Connections, add categories, and the daily display is a lot better than the standard iOS calendar. Give it a try!

Current Openings

Current Openings

.NET Web Developer Location: Fort Worth, Texas, local candidate please Type: Direct Hire Company: Strong stable history (20+ years), work/life balance, comfortable work environment, flex time, some remote work possible In-depth and varied professional experience including hands-on application architecture experience with .NET Frameworks and object-oriented and iterative development methodologies. 5+ years experience w/ software programming in an enterprise environment 5-10+ years of .NET Experience using C# (Mid-level to Senior experience)  Good Object Oriented Analysis and Design foundation and principles Web Development skills (CSS,…

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Time Management Article

Time Management Article

I saw this the other day from the Muse and thought I would share. I am going to try to incorporate some of these ideas. https://www.themuse.com/advice/how-to-bite-off-more-than-you-can-chewand-get-it-all-done   How to Bite Off More Than You Can Chew—and Get it All Done By Sarah Chang, April 06, 2014 Some days, I wake up and feel like everything is just moving too quickly. Dozens of emails poured in during the night. A handful of meetings, coffee chats, and calls are scattered throughout the day. There are…

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NY Times Article: Telecommuting

NY Times Article: Telecommuting

NY TIMES WE all know what telecommuting is and who does it. It’s working from home (or maybe a Starbucks), and it’s usually done by someone in their 20s, or a mother with small children. Well, no. Actually, the typical telecommuter is a 49-year-old college graduate — man or woman — who earns about $58,000 a year and belongs to a company with more than 100 employees, according to numbers culled from the Census Bureau’s annual American Community Survey. And…

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Job Postings

Job Postings

Here is some advice taken from Dice.com on job postings – Do’s and Dont’s Job Descriptions that Attract Candidates – A Technologist’s Perspective  / The Do’s and Dont’s of Creating Great Job Descriptions KateMatsudaira2 Kate Matsudaira, former CTO; founder of Popforms By Kate Matsudaira As someone who is a technology professional – and has hired tech staff and built teams at the senior level – I know first-hand that with any good job description, you first want to get inside the…

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Microsoft One Note talk – Feb 19th

Microsoft One Note talk – Feb 19th

I will be speaking on Feb 19th at the Big D Chapter of the IAAP (International Association of Adminstrative Professionals) about MS One Note. This is an introduction to the program for those who aren’t familiar with it. What is OneNote? How to setup OneNote. Creating Sections & Notebooks Using OneNote for projects OneNote for collaboration Using OneNote with MS Office Using tables & files in OneNote Using OneNote on your mobile device Find information faster