Friday, September 25, 2015

My Master Adventure: Bye-Bye Double Life.

Sept. 15, 2015.

It’s my last day of my schizophrenic life!  3 months is over.  I can now finally focus on my school work not having to rush right after class, getting on a taxi, back to work.  Sneaking out early from work, taxi to school and apologize being late to class/work meetings.  I’ve done it!  

Classmates, thanks for being understanding the last few weeks.  I’m fully on now!  Rolling up my sleeves ready to take on becoming an Interactive Designer!

I’m still astonished that my ex-boss now living in NY called me to wish me luck but my current boss left for vacation on my last day without saying or texting or emailing me to say good-bye.  Some relationship, not just Men, just doesn’t workout.  You will never know why. Just need to accept it and move on.  “Dear XXXX, I’m officially leaving you.  Good-Bye.”

Another lesson in life. 

Friday, September 11, 2015

Master Adventure: OMG. I can code something interactive!

Sept. 11, 2015.

Look at this!  I can code this (even though most of what’s covered in the class went over my head.  And reminds me why didn’t I pick Computer Science as my undergrad major.  How my logic works just in a different channel than Programmer).

Using to code interactive visualisation.

Monday, September 7, 2015

My fellow classmates – 80s vs. 90s

Sept. 7, 2015.

Surrounding myself with much younger than me folks in their early to mid 20s.  I'm excited what I can learn from them and get to know the style they work in.  

My generation born in the 80s struggled working with young folks coming into the workforce born after 90s.  We stereotyped that their communication style is very introvert (why would you We Chat or What's App someone instead of walking over to talk to them?), and behaviour irresponsibly (we would never have dreamt of not telling our supervisor if we were sick or need a day off).  

I am excited to get and be in their world.  

Canada, China, Hong Kong, Netherland