Have you been asked to do a sample project as part of a hiring process? I’ve done it, not only once but **twice** as part of the same process. Here are those projects. You should be able to learn a thing or two from it Either learn the iOS programming techniques behind these two 40-hour […]
You want to design apps? You either need to hire a designer or become one. Luckily it isn’t too hard to come up with a reasonable design.
Recently I decided to resign from my job. Why? Because I feel I want a better work life balance in my life. It appears, as long as I’m working in IT at Singapore, it’s a hard goal to reach. I want to be closer with my son, who is still in Jakarta with his grandparents.
Microsoft’s reorganization opens up unforeseen opportunities. What are they? Read on.
High-grade skills can only shine in correspondingly respectable places. The first step to get your skills respected is to avoid getting in to cut-rate commodity shops in the first place. Here’s how to do it.
I am serving a company that prides itself on never sleeping. Here I want to share with you some professional attitudes I encountered during my long working hours.
Hate abstractions? Fed up with indirections? Tame your tempers, grasshopper. These idioms may well be the thing that provides you with a job and keeps you and your bosses employed.
Do you think you can work only four hours each week? Tim Ferris does and he describes how he got to that point. Here is my review after listening to the audiobook version of The 4-Hour Workweek book.
Good bloggers at times handpicks old notable posts and gather them under one theme. There is enough content on this blog for me to start doing that and here is my first “back in time” post. I’ve been doing office jobs in a number of large companies so far and have gathered some insights of […]
Appraisals – theoretically they’re there to help people improve. Practically they promote backstabbing due to the force-ranking process, especially when there isn’t many people to normalize from.