Learning to Build a Budget While an Undergrad

This article is provided by Rae Steinbach. Rae is a graduate of Tufts University with a combined International Relations and Chinese degree. After spending time living and working abroad in China, she returned to NYC to pursue her career. Higher education is more important than ever, but many students and young people don’t have the … Read more Learning to Build a Budget While an Undergrad

Code Freeze Patterns

In development you can institute a couple different kinds of code freeze. This article describes them and gives pros and cons. Hard Freeze A hard freeze is handled at the source control management or deployment level. Turning off deployments is a hard freeze. Jenkins or Puppet might control such a freeze. Developers can continue to … Read more Code Freeze Patterns

Lower Priced Houses, Part 3

This article is the third or fourth in a series. See the bottom for links to the other articles. This article discusses purchasing a foreclosed house, a 403k loan, and considerations on small, medium, and large multifamily home buying. I. Buying a Foreclosure I previously didn’t know you could finance a foreclosure. You can. You … Read more Lower Priced Houses, Part 3