How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Christopher Rocks

Christopher is the Operations Manager at New Horizons, and the person I was dealing with for the contract classes. In our email discussion about the cobol class dying, I asked if he could put me in touch with some of NH's other contract instructors- so that I could find out more about the contracting environment in the Albany area, and basically- find out how to get started.

Christopher is one-upping my request- his wife is a contractor, and he knows the ropes, so he is personally helping me out, explaining basic things (like brokers). Christpher is the man in my book today.

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