Freelance

How Gig Economy Is Helping College Grads In Learning New Skills And Getting Real Time Experience

September 4, 2017
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The career world has rapidly changed and these days, long-term careers and people working in just one job are slowly but steadily becoming a thing of the past. In fact, according to research, in the year 2015, between three people, one person in Australia was doing some sort of freelance or contract work. There are […]

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Workfast – Check out the latest tech aiding businesses on their temp staff needs

January 13, 2017
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In the early days, technological advancements were mainly associated with efficiency. It meant that human intervention was taken out of the equation and replaced with automation, thereby changing the very foundations of how work was carried out. As most would initially imagine, digital is all about emotionless efficiency and taking out the distinct human touch, […]

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10 Tips for Working with a Mobile App Developer Freelancer

November 14, 2012
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I’ve recently decided to get into the mobile apps industry. I had great ideas but little experience in code and app development, which meant I had to find another solution for executing my plan of launching an app. Through the process of looking for a developer, characterizing the app in a proper way, handling ongoing […]

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4 good reasons why you should hire a freelancer

August 12, 2012
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I launched this blog, TechPatio.com, back in 2009, all by myself, with the help from nobody else. I did every single thing myself. It didn’t take me long to figure out that I needed somebody to make a logo for me, and graphics, well, is not my strong side. I can do most other things […]

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(Fixed) Mac OS X Lion: /etc/hosts stopped working in 10.7.2, being ignored

October 25, 2011
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Besides running this blog, I’m also a freelance web-developer, so I sometimes have a need to modify my local “hosts” file on my Mac, in order to get development/local domains to point to my local web server and also to apply DNS changes before they have propagated through the entire Internet. Usually, you’d do something […]

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Making Your Personal Business Less Stressful

March 7, 2011
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If you own a business then you know how stressful it can be. Having the freedom to pursue your dreams and being your own boss can be exhilarating and rewarding, but it can take its toll on your health and mental well-being. Unlike business owners, most people are able to leave the problems of the […]

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