[ajug-members] Approaches to Contracting as AJUG topic
sutter at bravepoint.com
Wed Nov 9 11:16:49 EST 2005
I like the idea.
It would be an interesting Feb 2006 topic. Jan 2006 is scheduled to be SEAM
with Gavin King.
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I think it would be a very interesting topic and would be happy
to be on a panel. I've been incorporated for over 3 years now
and still learn ways to smooth out the operation every year.
On Wed Nov 9 7:51 , Barry Hawkins <barry at bytemason.org> sent:
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>Fellow AJUG members,
> I was quite intrigued to see the thread about consultant
>incorporation. My incorporation papers, etc. arrived via UPS just
>yesterday. I think the interest in this topic is quite strong, and was
>wondering what Burr and the general membership thought about having this
>as an AJUG topic at some point in the near future?
> It may need to be an alternate format, perhaps with a panel similar
>to the panel discussions at No Fluff, Just Stuff or our own AJUG DevCon.
> I know it's not technical, but it certainly seems relevant to a number
>of folks. What do you guys think about having something like that as a
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