Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 03 09:06:47 EDT 2008 | lococost
In conclusion: you need to pay more then $20/h to get good consulting
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 03 12:36:06 EDT 2008 | rwyman
And he should be able to spell as well.
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 04 07:20:12 EDT 2008 | jdengler
Not if Wave Master Larry is the one giving the support.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 02 12:48:16 EDT 2008 | bandjwet
I am trying to do a "sanity check" on an SMT hourly consulting rates. The work requires expertise in SMT process, IPC inspection guidelines and as well as hand assembly. The work would be performed in China but needs to be performed by an American.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 03 07:53:22 EDT 2008 | wavemasterlarry
sorry I confused you Fastekk. sometimes us consultants think on a much higher plain than regular folk and my explainations and words tend to confuse people.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 03 10:45:30 EDT 2008 | operator
I have never had the need , but I would expect to pay between $75 - $150/hr for consulting.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 02 16:05:20 EDT 2008 | patrickbruneel
WML, I just wonder why they didn�t want you back, didn�t they like your "outside the box" thinking? Or was your entertainment bill to high? lol
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 02 20:28:58 EDT 2008 | fastek
"Anyway, enough tech-talk" I'm sorry I must have missed it.......where is the "tech-talk"?
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 03 12:10:27 EDT 2008 | slthomas
"...my explainations and words tend to confuse people." That's a shocker. Your message is loud and clear at this end.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 03 17:41:33 EDT 2008 | sys_steven
$20 an hour, I can't stop laughing. Telephone support is worth more than that!!