My Updates

July 14th 2008 // My Updates

I just checked the date of my last post, and its almost 2 months that I have written anything here. This is not really a surprise for people who know me, but this time I have some believable excuses. The last month had been a roller coaster ride for me, for various reasons. I ended up working almost 12 to 16 hours per day, including weekends. But, it was all worth it. I am not going to discuss the whats, whys and hows of my “busyness”. Instead let me just highlight some of the things that kept me busy.

To start with, I have been switched from a client project that I have been working on for the last 11 months. Working on a project for that long was not easy, and to be honest, at times I was bored. So when I heard about the switch, I was really excited. But it was sad to leave the team I have been working for so long.

The more interesting change that happened is that now I am into developing Facebook applications. I have already finsihed (almost) the first one, and it seems I will be developing Facebook applications for sometime to come. So, am I liking it? Yes, I am :)

Another exciting update is that our (Anupom’s and Mine) book on CakePHP is finally coming out. I am really glad that we were finally able to finish it. This was our first endeavor in writing a book, and to be honest, writing a book ain’t that easy. It requires lot of planning and patience as we found out. I cant wait to get the book in my hands :)

So thats basically it……

Oh wait…. one other thing.. we had a wonderful recruitment session this Saturday, and I really enjoyed it. I even gave a presentation on TrippertLabs, so that was fun. I also got to meet some new people, and had a lot of healthy interactions with them. Cannot wait for the next recruitment session, I kinda liked it ;)

That rounds it up!!!!

  1. Rakibul Islam // July 16th 2008

    The presentation was simply superb during the recruitment session.

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