Mousikos.com: what it is, plus a few technical details

Mousikos.com: what it is, plus a few technical details

Mousikos.com is the latest client project I was involved in. It is a Greek startup focused on musicians, which is on early beta phase and currently available only in Greek language. I was heavily involved in all of the project’s phases (since the early documentation of its specifications) and I had a great time working on it, so I decided to share a few details about it.

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The pros and cons of subcontracting for agencies

The pros and cons of subcontracting for agencies

The most common way of working for most freelancers is to work with end-clients (either individuals, or companies). Another option though, is to become a subcontractor for an agency which provides services similar to what you offer. In my case, that is agencies which create web projects. I was amazed when I discovered that even large and well-established agencies are hiring freelancers for parts of (or even whole) projects. Usually you won’t see those opportunities being advertised, but many agencies do outsource to freelancers.

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A list of useful keyboard shortcuts I use in Google Chrome

A list of useful keyboard shortcuts I use in Google Chrome

It never ceases to amaze me when I see people (even programmers) who are not using their keyboards to save them time in any task they’re doing. I’m currently working using my small netbook which I usually try to use without a lot of mouse interactions*, writing this article on my favourite browser, therefore I’m going to list a set of keyboard shortcuts that I use every day while I’m working with Google Chrome.

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