Showing posts from December, 2006

My First Trophy

It’s so funny how I am so desperate to have a trophy considering one can simply buy a hundred set of trophies just to satisfy the erg of having one. But I do believe that the challenge I experience during the event is simply priceless. Experiencing those thrilling moments is something that will live forever inside me. The memories of cheers, smile and lots of fun will always make me ponder and say to myself with a smile “What a journey it was.”

Imagining yourself walking towards that trophy, shaking hands and hearing the crowd clapping their hands, cracking funny jokes “naka dali rin sa wakas… halos araw araw yan nag prapractice…mayaman na ang syquio(badminton gym) sayo!” and chants “Yeah mark!” is something that put me into two consecutive sleepless nights( the night before the event and after the event.) truly, you can feel the magic in the air.

Looking back during my childhood years basketball was always something that I enjoy and love to play. Almost every after school I always play…

DNS: Database Search Updates


It’s been a while since I made an update on this module since I have to deal a lot of things that matter’s most inside the architectural structure of DNS (Digital Nervous System). I have to admit that I almost get bored and lost my interest working on my codes. That's the time when I decided to take a different route and proceed with the searching of database to enhance customer experience and boost user productivity. I realize that working on interfaces do bring back the mood.

For the past years since I started developing systems one of the major questions that I always ask to my boss is: “Why can’t customers have a one stop transaction?” My boss simply replied to me: “That’s just the way it is.”

Whenever you observe at various companies ranging from governments to private sectors critical information that will allow the user to respond to its customers seems to be very difficult and limited. It’s either the user will stand-up and leave his place just to look for answer or use …

Vista, Office and Exchange Launch

Watch Steve Ballmer kicking off the business launch on Windows Vista, Office 2007 and Exchange Server 2007.

Watch: Business Value Launch Event


This is a little bit late but I still recommend you watch this video because of its wow factor and inspirational view of the future in the next coming years.
Things to take note
-Watch how Microsoft Dynamics deliver richness for better collaboration.
-Watch Bill Gates demonstrates the future of software and hardware.
-Watch how Bill Gates responds to the question and answer forum.

As far as 2006 is concern this keynote is by far the best among them.

Watch: Bill Gates Webcast