Mockup / Prototype Preview as a Portfolio and Am I Responsive magic

I haven’t updated my web development portfolio in a while. So when a couple of clients asked me for one, I started to look for a portfolio format to showcase my work which is now tending towards responsive designs. It was timely that +Taylor Ling provided the Android community with …

My life is rocking.

Hello, blog!

How’ve you been? Yeah, things have been a little dusty on the blogging front. When life happens, priorities need to be re-analysed and re-ordered. Which means that I need to have a better strategy or process in place to keep this blogging muscle going. Which, most probably means that I …

Trying out Medium

I’ve just created my first post on Medium, and the experience is wonderful. It’s almost like what I would imagine it to be like with Ghost, although to be honest I’ve never tried the latter. Too bad I can’t post via a smartphone. I don’t see a mobile app for …

On DevFest and community

On GDG DevFest Kota Kinabalu 2013 and building a community

I’m super-excited for GDG DevFest KK 2013! Not only is this my first time establishing a community, but this also marks my first time organising a big event. Of course, I’m not doing this alone, both in terms of the community and the event itself. Thank God all the GDG …

GDG Program Logo

Google Developer Group now in Kota Kinabalu

When life gives you lemons, grab the tequila and have a party. That’s what I’ve been doing to my life lately. And what better way to go at it than to spend on efforts I’m most passionate about? I’m a simple citizen developer. I don’t have a Computer Science degree, …

Blogging

I was looking through my cross stitch niche site when it reminded me of one thing — I miss blogging so much. Whenever I wanted to blog, though, I immediately thought of all the WordPress projects I needed to continue, or when I do have time, I would forget, and …

A quote on closure by Berrack Sarikaya

My lowest of low

Definition of closure (noun [mass noun]) an act or process of closing something, especially an institution, thoroughfare, or frontier, or of being closed; (in a legislative assembly) a procedure for ending a debate and taking a vote; a sense of resolution or conclusion at the end of an artistic work; …