My delegate pass to the recent BlueSky festival by ACE, mad props to Kel for the free ticket! Speaking of the name, I was battling between Learnary and Learnemy when I was registering myself, and I really couldn’t remember what name I put down when I was at the door. Pretty amazing that I settled on this name after all.
And yes, my notebook is so inspirational that sometimes, it encourages me to procrastinate more. :D
My director letter from ACRA a few days after incorporation. I realized that in the end with the extended deadline and the discovery of hidden cost, I could have save about $50 more on incorporation. :(
Anyway, my dad thought I struck rich when he saw this letter. I had no heart to tell him that this company is an empty shell still. But hey, I’m a director!
You’re still an executive! HAHAHAHAHAHA! :X
Was chosen to pitch for the investor session at Founder Institute last week. But because the boyfriend just finished his exams the weekend before the session, I didn’t have time to sit down and scare myself about the impending doom of pitching. So I thought I should try to convince myself that the mentors/investor are all in love with me, they can’t wait to hear what story I’m going to tell them, and nobody can be un-nice to me when I look at them with my big eyes. To further calm my nerves, I wrote keywords as hints on my palm.
In the end, I did pretty well actually! Even show-off my palm to Jeff during the break. :D
Early Christmas gift from the team behind the World’s Coolest Intern competition! Saw this brown box on my desk which I ripped it open expecting a mobile phone, but I found this small box staring at me instead. Actually, the box was wrapped in place with a plastic wrap. Just that I was too excited to see what it was that I didn’t bother to snap a picture before that. I thought I was going to get some ear rings instead…
But it was an Ipod shuffle!
Came with a congratulatory card too.
Hmmm. Awkward ending to this post.
Elisha Tan is the Founder of TechLadies. TechLadies is a community for women in Asia to connect, learn, and advance as programmers in the tech industry. Elisha is also the Developer Programs Regional Lead for Asia Pacific at Facebook.