Moshe's specialty is research and analysis. So many consumers are yearning for more than what is seen on the surface, they want to dive deep into a variety of topics. This explains the success of countless blogs and podcasts that can speak for hours on any subject, be it a movie, book, episode of television, or the news of the day.
While Moshe's freelance work is primarily political analysis, he is also interested in technology and entertainment. His technology background includes a professional knowledge of photography equipment and mobile entertainment.
Moshe began attending Queens College in the Fall of 2005. After taking a variety of courses, the best career path at the time was accounting.
He graduated at the end of the Fall 2008 semester.
Moshe's has a vast variety of experience in Project Discovery Documents, Project Requirements Documents, Data Governance, and Research and Development documents. Moshe has written documents suited to the audience, be it a developer on a project or a CEO making a multi-million dollar decision.
Moshe has worked with technology teams who code in multiple languages, so his documentation must transcend those language barriers and be specific to each team, while keeping in mind the needs of the project as a whole. As a core member of dozens of project teams, Moshe, through his documents, brings a clarity that makes the endeavor a success.
Moshe's has a weekly opinion column in a local newspaper, and has written for various political blogs. His expertise ranges to include local, national and international political analysis. Moshe has written op-eds, opinions, interviews, and historical columns.
During the course of his work, Moshe has sought out high ranking political figures for quotes, delved deep into records for data, and garnered a following of engaged readers. Letters to the editor frequently discuss the topics that Moshe wrote about in previous issues, and circulation has grown since Moshe began his weekly column.
Moshe posts in a variety of print and online publications. Based in New York, Moshe writes articles that cover local, national and international issues.