President Obama, We can help each other

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The Deming Cycle, the historical basis for all Quality Assurance
Programs, helped Japan to recover after World War II.

The Deming Cycle consists of four steps: Plan, Do, Check the Results,
and Alter the Plan if necessary. The Deming Cycle is a good definition
of common sense.  I have used it on many occasions without knowing it.

When applying the Deming Cycle, when do we learn new and better ways of
doing our task?

We learn during the fourth step of the Deming Cycle when we Alter our
Plan. What if we were all taught the Deming Cycle as a part of our
public education?

I am semi-retired free-lance software engineer with hardware
engineering experience.  I specialize in error-free software
development. To provide this service, I developed a set of personal
tools.  They are available free-of-charge from my web-site.

These tools and their defining technology enabled me to develop product
at my home in strict compliance with principles of ISO-9001.

A home-based software development business can compute very favorable
with foreign firms. Working at home greatly reduces the commuting cost
and overhead of the employer. A company can get Set-Aside benefits from
a home-based business which might be staffed by a former employee.

My technology and tools can be very helpful in solving our employment
and economic problems. I need your help to make it so.  Please look at
my web-site. I will greatly appreciate your ideas.

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