For every day over the past one and a half months I have been coding and coding and coding. Coding and scripting during my internship, coding during the time when I get back home and coding during the weekends. Seems good so far, maybe this is really the field that I am truly interested in. Oh and for those of you who are interested in what’s that I’m coding outside of my internship, it is this: MaiMai
Time really does pass quickly. It has been a month since I first stepped into my first ever proper “office job” and it has been an enriching experience thus far. I have been recording some of the things I am learning and learnt throughout the weeks. The first week was really rough for me but it started getting better.
It is that time of the semester again! Post semester or post season (for you sports people) when academic component grades slowly trickle out before the actual release day. It is this time when many will be taking out their calculators to count their possible scores and outcomes.
Year 2 is over! I will be starting my internship tomorrow and it will last all the way till the start of the next academic year. Not much time to rest really. In fact, I doubt I had much rest at all considering how I am now rushing a report which is due hours from this post. Currently taking a break to write down some thoughts before I hopefully get flooded with more work. I must admit, this year has been really tiring for me.
Every once in a while you should do some spring cleaning, especially for the peripherals you use frequently. I say that but it has been probably 4 years since I ever cleaned my keyboard (or clean any of my computer peripherals). Today, I cleaned it and it looks so much better. I also hired a office cleaning service to clean the rest of my office. My god is it dirty. This is definitely not for the faint heart or keyboard lovers. Here is what it looks like before cleaning.
It is “recess”/”break” week for university kids here in Singapore! While mine ends today, others start tomorrow. In the course I’m studying, “break” week is more like “make or break” week. You’ll basically be piled with so much stuff that taking too much a break will literally break everything.
I’ve decided to put up a personal portfolio website on LeeQixian.com to document and showcase some of the works I’ve done so far. It will be the place where I’ll keep track of current, past and future projects that I am a part of. I’m very new to this web development industry so do let me know if you have any opportunities or advice for a newbie like me!
I still have about 2 years left before graduation. I should be increasing the tempo of personal projects and whatnot during these remaining schooling years. This site, SwiftWorld.net, will continue to be the place where I document my thoughts, publish guides, videos and everything else that interests me (as it has always been).