Setting Up The New Environment

Everyone, as you all know, on my previous posts I am working on a project, the Genesis Project that would help on interested individuals wanted to get a head start on their projects. This would teach them PDO or PHP Data Objects that are flexible than the usual MySQL connection which we all know has become obsolete. So starting on this project I am already on the 36th hour going to 40 based on the my logs and I am already starting out the enrollment process which I plan to continue on the coming weeks. It’s just now, moving on my new career as a SAP Consultant, I got interested setting up the SAP Cloud Platform.

I am still getting on the details later on my journey, I just wanted to set up first the environment to this new endeavor that I am headed to. This would require me a JAVA Development Environment ready and set up first. This SAP Cloud Platform allow us to develop cloud based apps. There are several solutions you can choose from based on these platform which is Java, XCS and HTML5. I’ve been avoiding this Java since college days, during my youth I just wanted the first way out, just to pass, just submit the requirements and I am on my own. But here we are, chasing the inevitable. I  hope I could get something out of this new direction in my career as a programmer. SAP, HANA to be exact runs in MVC as it was introduced to us by the other teams that already exert their effort learning these things. MVC has been already part of my work ever since, I can’t imagine that we will meet again in this platform.

10 years before my college friends always says, everyone and everything is going Web, well we are not wrong. Probably it evolved to a more sophisticated architecture and renamed, but it’s all the same. You can follow this tutorial if you want to install it in your machine.

Happy Coding!

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A Blog Review: The Life So Far

“I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself: “If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?” And whenever the answer has been “No” for too many days in a row, I know I need to change something.” – Steve Jobs

Okay I get it already, nobody wants to read something that would have a negative effect on them or make them uninspired. I reviewed my blog and there are a lot of posts that were not really meant to be there. Let’s say even you have a personal blog, leave something about yourself the world don’t know. Still, be mysterious. I will no longer elaborate on that one.

Exciting Times!

Here we go again, a lot of times (many, many times) I will say here that I will reformat the blog, blah blah, and there are a lot of factors why this is not happening and yet another alibi. So in the last couple of weeks that I am not telling here, I started joining contests and I posts some of my work in twitter and linkedin just to showcase the hobby that was lost (my profession before). I also post that I started creating again, logos and web design stuff, so I will continue documenting it. The only thing left to do is commit into it. I already have what I need (like the song says) right in front of me.

Expect a more exciting posts ahead about the latest progress of the project called Genesis. Well… why Genesis? It is a new beginning for me and my last chance like the quote says, if today is your last day, what will you do?

 

Cheers for better content!

Resilient: After All This Years

My desktop is broken. My long-term partner in crime, finally lay to rest. Though it is not technically mine (my wife bought it from her freelance work), she is well loved and used. I think the time has really come for her to say goodbye. She earned a lot of respect and in monetary aspects as well.

My computer is a quad core MSI machine. Well she is really an old model but hey, it was a good run. A lot of mock ups was produced and a thousand lines of codes are already been delivered. A lot of pictures was processed, filtered and altered.Designs that became inspiration, blog posts to be monitored and replied. Words had pressed, links that been clicked and videos that been streamed.The desktop that has been a witness to every logs and cached that have been stored.

So, where am I blogging anyway? To our new unit, an ASUS laptop. i5 core and a whole lot better than the died soldier. We need a better unit anyway. I will just keep this post simple and short for a moment of silence on my desktop.