How to trust an Excel VBA application?

By |May 6th, 2012|Categories: Microsoft Excel Training Blog|Tags: , , , |

A trust worthy person should be: 1. Honest & true 2. The person is honest and true in many different situations. 3.The person is honest and true over a long period of time. Trust takes time to build and it [...]

Project Management: Why you always don’t have time.

By |February 23rd, 2012|Categories: Consultancy Blog, Excel & PowerPoint Blog|Tags: , , |

In every project we undertake, we are always held hostage by two contraints: "time" and "quality". By "we", I mean you the sponsor and me, a contractor. Some would add "money" as another constraint but to me that's "time" in [...]

The strengths of Excel vs Access

By |February 23rd, 2012|Categories: Consultancy Blog, Excel & PowerPoint Blog, Excel in General|Tags: , , |

As development consultants, we often get the question: "Should we do this project in Access or Excel?". We can certainly see that is this is valid question to ponder in many business oriented projects that have database and reporting needs. [...]

What is an Independent Contractor?

By |February 12th, 2012|Categories: Consultancy Blog, Excel & PowerPoint Blog, Excel in General, PointPoint in General|Tags: , , , , |

Having worked as an independent contractor for Excel VBA development for a number of years, I would like to share some useful expereinces for people who drop by my site and prospective clients. Firstly, I define an independent contractor as [...]