So I did missed few slots, one of the reason is just that I was misunderstood along with some other lecturer regarding the entrance to one of the workshop. We thought that we can't enter the room given we were late(well,pasca lunch and Zuhr prayer... of course some of you need to go to toilet for some real reason). The next day I found out the slot didn't really fully occupied since the attendees do their own exhibit walk at the exhibition hall. Well, as expected, managed to get few free goodies. And since I did came sponsored, free lunch was served.
Only two slots that I found interesting: Controlling robot using mobile device and Windows Academic Program. It just that I managed to know some updates by Microsoft to let their part closer to the academia world. Of course with some license restrictions it was kinda let the researcher felt "disrupted". But since I'm putting myself on learning the technologies, I just let myself not neutral…
I decided to change the theme from "bertatih mencari makna" to "life of a single computer science dude wannabe" because it seems kinda motivation to me. Secondly it just that I want to do "rebranding" since Bank Islam did it and I don't like the new BIMB image for whatever justification that they tell the whole media. I, the loyal BIMB credit card and al-Wadiah savings account usage felt kinda distracted with the BIMB new image.
Perhaps I just want to see the progress of the juniors of my school where I served for:
2005: ACM-ICPC Regional at Beijing: not a winner
2006: MMU Programming competition: 1st place UTP programming competition:not a winner
2007: MMU Programming competition:not a winner UNITEN programming competition: 1st place UiTM programming competition: not a winner
I guess being consistent is pretty hard. What's next?
Any C++ instructor willing to take challenge for freelance trainer, and yet to ensure these guys gonna win the eternal …
I was instructed to attend the Microsoft Tech Ed 07 for the Faculty Summit '07 . The tentative that was given to me shows that the talks that gonna happen not only focus on Microsoft's technology but the bird's eye view of the computing as well.
I'll be attending the 10th and 11th Faculty Summit 07 session. More info with regard to Tech Ed can be found here
Faculty summit's tentative:
10th 2:00pm - 2:45pm Academic Resources Jennifer Perret 3:00pm - 4:15pm Building Robots with Mobile Devices Loke Uei Tan 4:30pm - 5:45pm How to Balance Teaching Academic Concepts and Using High Level Controls Oh Chin Lock 6:00pm - 7:15pm Using .NET in The Curriculum John Gough 11th 8:30am-9:45am From Database to Complete Data Platform Prakash Sundaresan
10:00am - 11:30am Providing Resources for OS Teaching and Research Arkady Retik
11:30am - 12:45pm Phoenix Compiler John Gough
2:15pm - 3:00pm Game On! - XNA Game Studio Express Dirk Primbs