It’s been a long time since my last post on January 2017. This is the story of my new journey in Malaysia.
I was officially moved and resigned from my old company on 31st December 2016. During my last two weeks, I have been working to do some knowledge exchange to my new teammate (which technically replacing me). A lot of stuff need to be done at that time. From explained to them how to use our corporate systems, what we have done so far, what was difficulties, unresolved issues and so on (Probably you understand if you ever faced the same condition before as what I did).
My ex is a great company. Truly. But I think I need to move on.
In the end, in every a story, there are something to learn for. This is my story and what I have learned in my journey in past two and half year with my ex. 😉
I still remember the first time learned about Pareto principle. Basically, Pareto principle says the outcome of 80% basically from 20% input. So like the meme below, Chuck Norris always solve his 20% of his problem to overcome the 80%. Want an example?
I will emphasize, my business trip keypoints in this post; And this is my last post for Singapore Business Trip. If you haven’t read the old second chapter you can get it here, or you want to see the first one, you also can get it here.
Here I am in Kuala Lumpur. I just went back from Singapore. I went there for around 6 days. A lot of things happened in that 6 days and I got a chance to have one-day rest break and I definitely will not lose that chance! Ok let’s talk about work first and I will describe my travel logs later in next section. In addition, I will cover up business trip keypoints that probably is the main concern of this post. Let’s start with my working journal. Continue reading “Singapore Business Trip Keypoints – Part 3 Finale”
My Singapore business trip story continues. This is the fourth day of support post go-live period; and three days since I made the first part of this post series. I’ve been busy with all of the techie parts to make my go-live application very successful. It was three days in a row that I need to support from 8PM until 8AM in the next day to make sure our application working well without any error thrown.
On my first day come in Singapore, I was looking around the city where I stayed for the whole one week. My company rent a hotel near Novena areas. I didn’t want to miss a chance to enjoy my Singapore business trip without having a personal travel plan. So I looked around areas and realize that area’s store designed very nice.
It’s not long then I took my lunch near that store. Although from outside the store looks very nice, but the food court inside it relatively small. The food sold in the store is around Malaysian, Chinese and Western and my first choice was a Chinese food. There are few stalls open. Mostly sell foods and only one stall selling drinks. My first impression for this food court, the food relatively same with Malaysia. Continue reading “Singapore Business Trip Experience Part 2”
Singapore Business Trip. One keyword that people wanted to do, trip.
This is my third time going to Singapore for a business trip. It’s always giving me a new experience every time going for a Singapore business trip. My first experience with Singapore was back in January until February 2016. At that time, my current project still in early phase of development. I got a chance to go to our client’s office to get in touch personally to them. All because I spend a lot of time supporting offsite in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
My second trip was really great. I knew more people in technology development sector comparing to my first trip that got in touch with business users in headquarter office. I finally knew a person that I always email if got a problem. Ask for data logs if errors are thrown from the system and so on. But the most important thing was, Continue reading “Singapore Business Trip Experience Part 1”