Saturday, June 27, 2015

The MetroDBITan student series : Issue #045 - Lim Chee Xiong


Welcome to issue #045 of our monthly DBIT on-line magazine featuring our cool DBIT students!

In this issue, we interview Year 3 student Lim Chee Xiong who is passionate about two things: food and code!

Find out more about him in the transcript below!




Please share your bio-statistics!

Birthdate:  27th June 1996
Zodiac: Rat
Height: 177cm
Weight: 73kg
Horoscope: Cancer

How would you celebrate your birthday this year? What is your most memorable birthday throughout your life?

For my birthday this year, I plan to have a simple dinner with my family at nearby coffee shop/food court where I can choose to order all the good food there and eat. This is usually how my family celebrates one another's birthdays.

The most memorable birthday throughout my life happened during my 13th birthday when I was in Secondary 1. I always wanted a pair of basketball shoes as I loved to play basketball since young. Being a student, I could not afford to buy myself a pair of basketball shoes as they were quite expensive.  But on my birthday that year, my brother passed me a brand new basketball shoes as a birthday present! I was shocked and surprised as I didn’t expect that to happen. Hence, that memory has remained as one of my most treasured so far.



Do a personality test at http://www.16personalities.com.
State your personality type, e.g. ISFP or INTP etc.
After you get your results, read the analysis at this link.
Share whether you agree / disagree with the analysis of yourself.

Image from http://www.16personalities.com/esfj-personality

I did the test and based on the result, my personality type is Consul, where I am a person with strengths like:

  • Strong Practical Skills
  • Strong Sense of Duty
  • Very Loyal
  • Sensitive and warm and good at connecting with others.

For the above qualities, I feel that the analysis is quite true, especially the Strong Sense of Duty, as I am the type of person where I will make sure that my job is done well.
         
For the weakness part:

  • Worried about their social status
  • Inflexible
  • Reluctant to innovate or improvise
  • Vulnerable to criticism
  • Often too needy and too selfless

I believe it is not that accurate, as I personally do not think that I am inflexible, reluctant to innovate or improvise, and too needy/ selfless. But I do agree that sometimes, I am indeed vulnerable to criticism, but these criticisms often turns out to be what motivates me in life.
         

What are two traits you like about yourself?

1) Responsible

The 1st trait that I like about myself is that I am a responsible person.

Being a responsible person,  I tend to do my best in everything that I do, and if I were to miss certain deadlines or have something not completed, for example my assignment, I will feel uncomfortable.

Therefore I will always make sure that I will submit my work or complete my task on time so that things will run smoothly.

I am grateful that I am a responsible person as this allows me to be a better person and to complete work on time.

2) Humorous

The 2nd trait that I like about myself is my sense of humor.

Being humorous really helps in my communication and social skills.  Sometimes, it is awkward when you meet new people or when new people join your group of friends during project work or when you start studying or working in a new environment.

Therefore, being humorous allows me to crack some jokes or break the ice when this happens and through this I get to know more friends and be more likable among my group of friends.



Share stories and photos about your baby / childhood days

I was born in the year 1996, and I have 2 elder brothers.

Being the youngest, I have been well-taken care of and my parents and brothers always save the best for me and I am thankful for that. I grow up in a not-very-rich family, and luckily, not only my family members are caring towards me, my uncles, aunts and cousin treat me very well too. Therefore I am blessed to be born in such a happy family.

According to my mum, I was a "Cry Baby" when I was small and I cried a lot. What I did the most when I am young was watching TV programs (Reason: there isn't any homework to do during that time). Due to that, since young I have been dreaming to become a policeman when I grow up. I feel that it is very cool to catch criminal and "playing" with guns.

Thinking back, I feel that that was a naive thinking as it is most likely not going to happen(due to me not physically fit enough ^.^).

I remember that in the past, I would always get to visit my grandparents on Sunday and it was always the happiest day in the week as I got to meet my uncles and grandparents.

                                                 





Share stories and photos about your school days in primary school

I studied in Hong Wen Primary School from 2003 to 2008, which was at that time located near the ICA Building at Lavender.

My favorite subject in primary school was PE (Physical Education) as I had the chance to exercise and have fun with my fellow friends. At the same time, PE is also the most tiring lesson for me, as at that time, I was a very big-sized plus over-weight guy. Running around for people who are overweight is a nightmare, but I still enjoyed it and I always looked forward to my Friday PE Lesson then, as I had the chance to play captain's ball every Friday.

As for academic result, I was the “average” kind of student as I did not fail my subjects, but did not do extremely well in them either. The only subject that I was confident and good in was Mother Tongue (Chinese), as I was born in a Chinese-speaking family and thus I did quite well for my Mother Tongue.  I am also glad that I managed to graduate from primary school with a PSLE score of 209.

Academics aside, my CCA was Wu Shu and I managed to endure the tough training throughout the six years of studying in Primary School. I still remember that we had to do 100 jumping jacks every training session as a form of warm up, and to me that was the most tedious part of training as it is tiring for a then 60kg big-sized guy to jump. And I still remember that on numerous occasions, I felt like giving up and quitting the CCA. But in the end I still managed to endure and “survived” for 6 years.

   




Share stories and photos about your school days in secondary school

From 2009 to 2012, I studied in Outram Secondary School located in the Outram Park area.

My favorite subject during Secondary school was still PE (Physical Education) just like Primary school, as I feel that sports is a good way to relieve stress while facing a huge hill of school work. Playing soccer and basketball with my bunch of good friends always helped me to relieve stress during PE lesson, which is why PE is always my first choice subject.

Talking about academic results, just like Primary school, I did fairly well without failing lots of subjects besides Chemistry as I am really not good in that. The only subject that I was confident and good in was still Mother Tongue (Chinese), and I was in the Higher Chinese Class. I personally felt that I did not do well for my O’Level examinations, but in the end, I managed to get a L1R4 score of 15, which allowed me to continue my studies in polytechnic.

Outside studies, my CCA was Basketball and joining this CCA became a turning point in my life. Training in basketball is never easy, as there are lots of running and physical training. After going through the training in Secondary 1, I managed to slim down, from 60 kg to around 55 kg and I grew much taller, from 160cm to 173cm.  It might be due to the jumping training, physical training or simply just puberty, but I became fitter and healthier and not over-weight anymore. Therefore, I am really grateful that I joined this CCA. I eventually managed to get into the school team, and I feel proud to play for my school, even though I am not the star player of the team.

Lastly, I met with a bunch of people that I end up becoming best buddies with, and to me, secondary school days is still the most fun and interesting period to me.
 






Share your likes and dislikes

My hobbies is drawing and reading. When  I am free, I will either read some books or just pick up a pencil and start drawing.

Below is one example of a drawing that I have drawn (also the one that I liked the most):



And here's one more.



Reading wise, my favorite books will be those from the Percy Jackson series. The series revolves around a boy named Percy Jackson who is a demi-god with special powers. The engaging story-line of this series made me finish all the sequels (about 5 books in the series if I am not wrong) in just 1 week.

When I am free, I also tend to meet-up with friends and play sports like soccer and basketball or go jogging around a nearby park.

Music is another area that I can’t live without. I listen to a variety of songs - Chinese songs, English songs, Korean pop songs, Japanese pop songs, Cantonese songs and even Hokkien songs. Personally, I prefer Chinese songs as I think the lyrics are more meaningful and the melodies are more pleasing to me.

Last thing that I liked the most is… FOOD! I will usually go around hunting for good food. My favorite food is chicken rice, therefore I will go around finding delicious chicken rice.  I am glad that there are a few stalls nearby my house that sell tasty chicken rice. I will usually take pictures of food that is tasty and nice. Below are some photos that I have taken:





Personally, I do not like restaurants, coffee shops or retail stores that have poor service attitude, as I feel that if you are in the service line, you should be polite whenever you attend to customers, and not give a black face when you are serving the customer. Therefore, if the place/store has poor service standards, I will usually avoid these places so that I will not be annoyed if the service is poor.
Adding on to that, I don’t like people who are rude to elderly, as I feel that it is really disrespectful to be rude to elderly.



Three people that you want to thank or shout out to

I am not very good in showing my gratitude by writing, but below are some people that I really wanted to  give thanks to.

The first person that I want to thank is my mum. Without her support, I wouldn’t be what I am now. Thank you is a very small word, for the sacrifices she makes every day. Best friends come and go, boyfriends and girlfriends love and move on, but the only person present through it all is a mother. Thanks for always being there for me!

Next, I would like to thank my two elder brothers, who too given me support when I needed the most. They are there supporting me even if I don’t want and caring me even if I don’t need. Thanks Bro!



Lastly, I would like to thanks 2 groups of people instead a single person. I wanted to thank all my friends and all my teachers and lecturers as I wouldn’t make it this far without them. There are so many of them and it would take me days to thank them all. Therefore, I just wanted to thank people who are in these 2 groups and I am really fortunate and grateful that I have people around me who showed care and concern whenever I need it most.


Why did you choose DBIT course?

Personally for me, I choose DBIT as I feel that it will be good if I have IT knowledge and Business knowledge at the same time as nowadays, knowing IT is definitely an advantage as IT is an increasing trend. Adding on to that, with Business knowledge, I feel that it will be a bonus for me when I graduate and work in the real world.


What do you like about DBIT course? What would you want to improve about the DBIT course?

What I like about DBIT is that I get to learn modules that involves in Business and IT. Even though I learned more IT related modules, I definitely have an edge when applying for a job as when comparing to graduates from DIT, I have some business knowledge and I know how to do real business using the help of IT through module like entrepreneurship. When comparing to the Business students, I have the IT/coding knowledge that allows me to develop something on my own without the help of people from IT department in the future. Therefore, I think it is a correct and wise choice after all.

I feel that modules like Java Programming shouldn’t be removed as it is actually helpful if future DBIT students get to learn it, since Java is used in many IT applications.  Also, I feel that the IT-related modules taught is a bit too “shallow”,  as what we have learn is considered entry level/ beginners level as, in the real working world, what we have learn in Polytechnic is definitely not enough to meet the client/company requirement.  Therefore, it will be good if the DBIT students get to learn more in-depth coding skills, so that they will be better prepared to work in the future.


What do you plan to do after graduation from SP? Go for further studies or work?

After graduating from SP, I will move on to serve NS (National Service).

But after that, if possible, I will want to continue studying in university. I have not decided which university and course that I will like to be studying in, but I hope that I can get into SMU as it is nearer to my house, Haha.

Most likely I will proceed with IT related course and after getting the university certificate, I will move on to work in IT related industry.


What are your favourite modules in SP? Why?

My favorite module in SP is Year 2 module, Web Application Development, which is a coding-related module that requires student to make use of HTML+ JQuery + CSS + PHP language to code out a complete website.

It is considered a more advance stuff as compared to my Year 1 module, Web Client Development, and since I have developed an interest in coding after 1.5 years of studying in DBIT, I feel that this module is an interesting module that I like.

I enjoy coding websites and I feel that this module allow me to apply what I have learnt, and thus is my favorite module.



Do you have a CCA in SP?

I am in SP Environment Club, and it is a CCA which organize environment related events. I hold the position of Quarter Master which is mainly in-charge of all the “sai gang” work of the CCA. My most recent experience is organizing the Freshman Orientation Camp for the CCA, where it is a 2-day non-staying over camp. We played amazing race and bonding games, and I will say that the camp is considered successful.




I have also participated in events like toner collection, coastal clean-up, and many other events.  But I really have to thank my fellow main committee members for guiding me and helping me settle down in the CCA and also helping me with the logistic and planning of the different events.



Thanks so much for all the effort!



Please share 3 pictures of your past projects or assignments

This is my Year 2 Web Application Development (WAD) assignment which required us to create an e-commerce website using php.  I chose to create a bakery website as shown below.



Below is another website I created when I was in Year 1.




Finally, here's my Year 2 assignment for the module Interaction and Visual Design (IVDE).  Our lecturer required us to do re-design of the website of the client we worked with in our module in Year 1 which for me, is a company called Butter Studio. We were tasked to improve the user experience and visual aspect of the website.





Are you currently attached with a partner?

Currently I am still single!  :’(

I would hope that my future girlfriend have qualities such as filial, caring and honest. Therefore I hope that my Mrs Right will arrive soon haha.


Please share more photos of yourself!






   

Issue #045 MetroDBITan - launch on 27 Jun 2015 at 9 pm


Happy Birthday to our cover model of the month! :)

We feature Year 3 student Lim Chee Xiong in our June issue this month, and guess what,
it's his birthday *TODAY*!

Happy Birthday Chee Xiong! Watch out for his interview coming later at 9 pm later... :)




Monday, May 25, 2015

The MetroDBITan student series : Issue #044 - Xavier Goh Zheng Yang

Hello DBIT peeps!

Thanks for supporting our 44th issue of MetroDBITan! ^.^

In this edition, we are interviewing Xavier Goh Zheng Yang, our DBIT Year 2 student from class 2A03. If you are/ were a fan of Maplestory, you should get to know Xavier because he is a really an authority on this game! Read on to find out more about his obsession with the game back in his secondary days and how he made a tidy sum from it back then! :)
Xavier Goh from DBIT 2A/03

Please tell us more about yourself!

My real name is Zheng Yang, but I always prefer others to call me Xavier because English names are usually easier to remember. I chose the name Xavier because it is unique as compared to most other names out there. There are the least number of words in the dictionary that begin with the letter ‘X’, which makes ‘Xavier’ in a sense unique.

I was born in 1996, on the 15th of May. In the Chinese Zodiac, I belong to the sign of the Rat and in the Horoscope, I am a Taurus. However, I am not a superstitious person so I don’t really believe in such. Alright, enough about my birth, I think I should talk more about my contemporary self.

I am 174cm tall but weighing only roughly 51kg with a BMI of about 16+ thanks to my insane metabolism. I am underweight, and have been underweight for most of my life but as of this year (2015) I am trying to change that by hitting the gym regularly and taking mass gainers. Progress is slow but hey, progress is still progress.

How would you celebrate your birthday this year / how did you celebrate it? What is your most memorable birthday throughout your life?

I don’t know, it will most probably go by like any other day. My 19th birthday isn’t any special occasion, although I might plan something special on my 21st. Perhaps I will go out with my classmates/friends, or simply celebrate it with my family at home with cake. If anyone wishes to surprise me, please do. HAHAHA.

My most memorable birthday was probably last year when my whole class sang ‘Happy Birthday’ to me along with my Accounting lecturer, Ms. Annie Cheung halfway through her tutorial. Later that day, my other friends tried to get me drunk as a sort of ‘adulthood trial’ as 18 is the legal age to drink. I tried to be a good sport and downed a dozen shots of Black Label, and can’t really remember anything after that…


Do a personality test at http://www.16personalities.comWhat is your real personality
versus the analysis that the website gave you?


The personality test states that I am a logician, and one with an unquenchable thirst for knowledge.

I do attest that I am quite the logician, being someone who analyses problems/situations in extremely in-depth manners while at the same time keeping potential solutions rooted in my mind. These ‘potential solutions’ will later be pieced together, and carried out when I feel that it is enough to successfully work. I am by no means a perfectionist, and I tend to stop whenever my objectives have been carried out. Processes are meaningless, only results matter.

However, I am rather apprehensive about the results of this test because I don’t actually have an ‘unquenchable’ thirst for knowledge.

Knowledge is power,
Power is pain;
If you don’t understand,
I can explain.

I do desire knowledge at times, but only knowledge that is ‘fun’, relevant, important or necessary. Gaining knowledge can be a tiring process, because it stimulates the brain to think and condition itself to store more information, which is why many students tend to tire out at the end of a lecture.





What are 2 traits you like about yourself? Why?

Amongst the sea of traits that I have, the two that I like most about myself are that I am both ambitious and tenacious. Ambition to make me set my sights on goals that the average man would never believe himself to be capable of, and tenacity to allow me to remain undaunted in the face of obstacle and adversary.

I like these two traits the most because they are what turns my dreams into realities. One sets me on a long and arduous path, and the other provides me the strength to journey the asphalt ahead. These two traits are complements of each other, like a sword and shield.

My ambitious personality often make me set goals that stretch me to my fullest potential during projects. I tend to do things out of the ordinary which I feel can really impress my tutors instead of looking at assignment rubrics or going with the flow to assure myself a decent grade. At times, I may face uncertainties but my tenacity would always make me grit my teeth and work my way through. People learn best by exploring beyond their horizons or what is given to them.


Tell us more about your Primary School days!


I was from Tampines North Primary School. My Primary School days were not really exciting, because I was more of an introvert back in my younger days, often wishing that time would pass by faster to return to the comfort of my home.

Back then, I often did relatively well for my English and Mathematics but failed my Mother Tongue and Mathematics constantly.

I liked Science because Primary School Science was very simple and easy-to-learn. My love for Science can also be attributed to my teacher, who was a very fun person, although she had an extremely fiery temper whenever I forgot to do her homework.

On the other hand, I totally hated Mother Tongue. Not only was it boring, Mother Tongue was difficult as compared to English because I simply couldn’t memorise the different characters in the language. English had only 26 alphabets, and the only difficulty I faced was vocabulary. While I could speak fluent Chinese in class, I struggled to even write or read a single sentence when asked to by my teacher.


Tell us more about your Secondary school days!


I went to Tampines Secondary School after graduating from PSLE, and entered the Normal Academic stream with an aggregate of 169.

While my poor grasp of the Chinese continued to follow me throughout Secondary School [I am a CLB (Chinese Language Basic) student], I started picking up on my Mathematics, and did relatively better in my studies during this phase. In fact, Mathematics eventually became one of my strongest subjects during my O Levels, both Elementary and Additional Mathematics. My favourite Maths topic was Calculus/Kinematics.

During Secondary School, I had a new subject which I hated, and that was Art. My other classmates all seemed to have a natural talent for drawing and painting, while I struggled constantly with getting things right. Despite spending several months on my O Level Art prepatory work, I still failed it with a grade of D7.

This was one of my ‘best’ drawings.



This is the only picture of myself in my uniform that I could find. Apparently I didn’t really take many photos back in Secondary School. 




Share your likes and dislikes

One funny thing I should mention is that I like flavoured Kit-Kat. There is a wide assortment of Kit-Kat flavours out there, and my dream is to one day finish trying every single one of them. My favourite flavour so far is Melon. I only had it once when my sister went to Hokkaido, and have been hoping to try one again since.



I like to do a variety of things in my free time, ranging from writing Literature, watching movies, stalking my friends on Facebook/Instagram, playing games (used to, not so much now) to simply dozing off.

Some of my favourite movies are X-Men: Days of Future Past and Frozen.


Share an event which is memorable to you


The most memorable period of my life would be my adventures playing MapleStory from 2011 to 2014. To any normal person, I may sound like a nerd or someone high on drugs, but in truth it really was the most memorable period of my life.

My whole experience with MapleStory involved meeting up with many friends/acquaintances online (who are some of my closest friends today) and the exchanging of hands over hundreds of thousands of real life currency.

Although I started playing MapleStory when I was Primary 4, I played it in a more ‘leisure’ kind of way and quit/rejoined the game quite frequently.



I played in the Delphinus/Eridanus/Izar server. It was only in 2011 when I started ‘taking the game more seriously’ (Pardon my lack of a better phrasing). I was Secondary 3 at that time, and even at that age I spent quite a sum on the game, pumping almost the entirety of my daily allowance/Chinese New Year money on it. I would scrimp and save just to buy @-Cash (MapleStory real life currency) for the game. If my MapleStory gameplay was a business, this can be considered the ‘start-up phase’.



Things started getting slightly better a year later. I was 16 in 2012, and was able to apply for an iBanking token. Rather than just pumping money into the game, I could now earn some back by selling my existing in-game assets and purchase @-Cash at cheaper rates from online suppliers. 2012 was not a really good year for me, though. I was still losing money in the game until the later part of the year. Additionally, 2012 was my N Level year, and I failed to get into the PFP because I was focusing too much of my time into MapleStory.

June of 2012 was a time when the game’s economy was at its ‘peak’. I was earning hundreds or even thousands a week by simply reselling some newly released equipment because of the high demand for them, low supply, highly fluctuating prices and my very strong network of friends who would notify me of good deals (And I would give them a commission for every client they introduce to me). By October 2012, I had more or less broke even on every sum I pumped into the game. I was very happy and proud of myself at that time, but I was thrown out of this paradise on 17th December when I collected my N Level results. Another year in my secondary school…

2013 was probably my ‘golden age’. By 2013, I had several thousands at my disposal to further my ‘trading’ business in the game. Additionally, I became a reseller for @-Cash as well, transacting tens of thousands worth of codes every month to the market.

In fact, I became so busy during this phase that I had to bring my iBanking token to school every day so as to make transactions with the mBanking app. Juggling between my in-game business and studies was a total hell - Eating 1 to 2 meals a day and sleeping from 3 to 7 became my daily routine – Just to ensure that I did not forsake one thing for the other, and it was a very fruitful experience.

Although I was earning money from the game at this time, I did not see the game as a mere business. I still played it like a normal player did rather than just being a trader. In fact, I think I went insane with the game after my ‘O’ Levels ended. I became the top player for my character’s job sometime around November 2013.



However, my ‘success’ was quite short-lived, because a few months later, hackers started to ruin the economy. Items that were once worth thousands of SGD became worthless overnight, because they were able to duplicate and mass produce them. Even before that incident, hackers were already running rampant in the game, cheating in several other ways although not as impacting as duplication.

Although the hack was eventually patched by the game distributor, Asiasoft, they did not take the necessary action that was required for the stability of the game’s economy. In fact, they wiped out some of the in game data, including those of the innocent players. I lost thousands worth of items overnight, but that was nothing compared to my faith in the game’s stability.



Over months, the game’s economy started to go downhill. Even in markets with thousands of people, no one wanted to buy anything even at heavily discounted rates. I quit the game that day, along with most of my friends. I guess this was a form of release for me, because after Polytechnic started I became more focused on my studies.

Even though the game’s economy has recovered since, I don’t think I will ever return because I simply do not have the time. What has happened before will happen again, and my faith in Asiasoft has already been lost, never to return.

Today, I am still an @-Cash reseller, although I hardly ever get transactions now due to the competitive rates other suppliers are offering the market.

I do not ever regret embarking on this ‘dark path’, because other than having earned a rather decent sum of money from it, I also met many new friends and have greatly changed as a person.

P.S. Ms Dora was the one who requested for me to talk about my MapleStory journey.



Share three favourite outfits!

Burberry Brit Black Polo

Going Black

Going Black 1

Going Black 2

Full Uniqlo Outfit

Three people that you want to thank or shout out to


Since my classmates are probably the only ones that will be viewing this, I guess I will simply elect three closest classmates of mine.


Liaw Zi Jie


Although we only started getting along better during the second semester of Year One, we hit it off really well, sharing extremely similar perspectives and views on life and other non-philosophical matters. Probably the closest person to me that I have met in Polytechnic, and someone I think I can fully trust.

Lee Jia Quan



Me, Zi Jie and Jia Quan can be said to be a trio, for we are often seen hanging out together, eating together, working on projects together and fooling around together. One day we shall start a boy band together.



Lim Rui Hui



The third person would probably have been a guy, but I think I should let a female have a chance on this spot. I still remember when I first saw her, I thought that she was a very demure girl. Although violent at times, she is still a very nice person to make fun of and work with. HAHAHA.

Why did you choose DBIT course?

It was a result of circumstances. DBIT was my seventh choice. A disappointing outcome, but nonetheless expected.

My first few choices comprised mainly of Science and Business courses, and following up were the IT courses. I picked DBIT because it wasn't just about IT. It consisted of a few other business modules which somewhat aroused my interest.

What do you like about DBIT course?
What would you want to improve about the DBIT course?


I like how the course integrates both Business and Technology into one by offering a mix of modules that are related to both of the aforementioned subjects, but I feel that this is a double-edged sword.

Having knowledge in different subjects may make you more versatile, but at the same time it means that you will not be as well-versed in each of them as compared to other pure Business or Technology diploma students. Basically, DBIT makes you a jack of all trades, and master of none.

I think that the course can be improved by having more focus towards one side of the coin, by reducing the amount of IT modules and adding more business modules or vice versa.  

What do you plan to do after graduation from SP?


Firstly, I will buy a few pens and three calenders, for the years of 2017 to 2019.

Then, I will await my National Service letter and slowly count my days to ORD.

HAHAHA just kidding.

Actually, I don't really have a definite answer to that, because it all completely depends on how I fare for the next two years. Most probably I will make a few investments to earn some capital before starting out on a business venture unless I manage to secure a space in a Business course in a local university.

What are your favourite modules in SP?


My favourite modules so far are BMB/BOPP (Business Marketing and Branding/Business Opportunity), GE1 (General Education 1) and Mathematics.

BMB and BOPP because of the fun and bonding I shared with my groupmates during the various report writing and prototype building assignments. We had a fun lecturer too.

GE1 because it allowed me to bring out the fiery debater within myself and at the same time greatly improve my confidence in presentations by learning to anticipate the counterarguments of my classmates.

Mathematics allowed me to somewhat relive my Secondary School days, although it is rather saddening that DBIT Maths did not involve any Calculus (which was my favourite topic).

Where do you hope to see yourself in 10 years time?


I would hope to become a millionaire before I hit the age of 25. Then, maybe I will settle down, get married and live happily ever after.

Please share 3 pictures of your past projects


My website for the
Web Mobile Analytics module


My website for the
Business Marketing and Branding module



My mobile app User Interface Design
for the Mobile Applications Development 1 module

  

Are you currently attached with a partner?If you are not attached, share with usthe qualities of the boy/ girl you would like to partner with?


I am currently unattached, and looking for someone who is…

  • Caring
  • Honest
  • Independent
  • Outgoing
  • Brave
  • Unique

;)

Please share more photos of yourself!