Me preocupa más el profesionalismo y la artesanía que la ostentación y el poder de mercado. Esto es cierto tanto para mis habilidades de desarrollo web continuamente mejoradas, como para mi dominio del chino.
Puede llamar en cualquier momento, pero envíe un correo electrónico de seguimiento para asegurarse de que nos contactemos. No dude en hacer preguntas sobre plazos y capacidades (no puedo concebir que una pequeña o mediana empresa necesite algo que yo no pueda proporcionar, sin embargo, para algunos proyectos, tal vez tenga que contratarme a tiempo completo por un tiempo ) Nuevamente, envíe un correo electrónico además de las llamadas, porque cuando hago mi codificación me gusta tener el teléfono apagado. De esta forma puedo seguirte si he perdido tu llamada. Si anticipa bases de datos con millones de registros, no habrá el más mínimo problema. Todas las tecnologías que uso escalan extremadamente bien. Pregúntese: si PHP y MySQL son lo suficientemente buenos para Wikipedia, ¿no son lo suficientemente buenos para mi negocio? Usted apuesta que lo son.
Most people don’t repair their computers; at least, they don’t anymore. People used to repair their computers and technology-related equipment (including such things as phones and routers) more than they do now. The main reason is obvious: decent new computers are less expensive than the cost of repair. They are almost as cheap as the cost of repair. Let’s look at the extreme case, one that comes from my own personal experience. In 2012 I bought a new HP laptop, low-end quality, from Office Depot in the United States. It has lasted until today (June 2018). How much did it cost? About $350 US dollars, new. It was 350 brand new. And it’s still chugging along.
Why would you invest the time and money (perhaps around $80-100 USD, and certainly no less than $50) when you could have yet another brand spanking new computer for just a little more? You wouldn’t and neither would I. So, when is a good time to “splurge” on a repair?
In fact almost always. A competent repair shop/technician can always offer you at least a little something for your used laptop or desktop computer. Further, what you thought was a serious problem may not be. And if the type of computer you’re after is one that will set you back at least $400 USD, then a $50-60 repair may indeed make sense. It’s likely better to wait, save, and buy the one you really want on your schedule and at the time you wish to make the purchase, as opposed to being “forced” to upgrade to a second-best sort of solution because of an unexpected break down in a particular part.
reach 10 million tourist arrivals per year by 2020,
“take it to the next level” as it were in terms of “quality” tourism (not good for the “sexpats”); this means to use their exact words: “encourage 4 star hotels to become 5 star”
increased cruise ship tourism, ports, docking, etc.
In the video below some real “heavy hitters” of the world of business, finance and government in the Dominican Republic discuss their views as to what the future holds for the Dominican Republic’s economy and government policy-making which will affect the economy.
One observation those of us who own small businesses in the DR will notice is that a particular sort of tourism is being promoted. They don’t seem to focus on the idea of the long-term expat or retiree coming down to the DR. and retiring.
There are also the “romantic” tourists who flock down from the States in droves to meet their “special” someone. This is not the same type you’ll find going to an all-inclusive resort. (Well, at least not usually.).
Imagine you’re Google, and you need a foolproof way to determine if a given site is truly useful to users/visitors to that site. You also need to determine at the outset whether to given it good search ranking. How would you do it?
I discuss this fundamental problem of engineering in the following post regarding SEO in the Dominican Republic. This software engineering problem occurs in a space where the “robot” making these decisions truly can NOT know (at this point!) what is happening in the “real” physical world outside (or off) the internet.