PROJECT NAME: Echo (Capstone/Thesis) ROLE: Capstone Adviser TEAM: Jambalaya INSTITUTION: De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde MEMBERS: Jaryd Alfonso Ramos, Joseph Angelo Roxas, Kevin Hallare, Michelle Danielle Joy Gojo, Rundellyn Rose Lugtu, Thaddeus Paul Brillantes
A two-year hiatus from the academe meant a two-year hiatus on my teaching portfolio, but being blessed with such hardworking students is such a boon upon returning.Team Jambalaya
The team that called themselves Jambalaya had a More >
Some of my students asked for tips about climbing the corporate ladder but truth be told, I hate the corporate ladder. Every time I find myself getting promoted, I end up resigning shortly after — even from my best employers. I had been a work-from-home person for most of my career because I usually earn money from writing and doing art/tech when I find myself getting tired of the corporate world.
For 2013, my typical week is roughly:
- Mondays: (At home) Prepare lectures for 3 hours + do game More >
Of all the subjects I’ve ever taught, WEBDEV3, under the College of Saint Benilde – Multimedia Arts program, is my ultimate favorite. I think it shows. Hehehe.
These are the best websites my students have come up with when they were still taking up WEBDEV3 (ECOMERS).
Not all of them are here. Most of these sites were from the 2nd and 3rd term of the academic year 2007-2008. I would’ve loved to post the sites of the previous batches (namely: Bianca Lesaca, Patrick Dilla, More >
I am writing this entry for those of you who were crazy enough to suddenly enroll in graduate school while maintaining a full-time job. Again, this is dedicated to all my students who have approached me or messaged me on Facebook.
First, let me apologize if I gave the impression that taking your PhD/master’s while handling a full-time job was easy. It certainly was no walk in the park. But I have to admit that it was actually kind of fun. The most important skill I learned from it was the art More >
This is the follow-up blog entry to “So, you want to get another degree?” I have received quite a number of inquiries with regards to choosing a school. I’ve also seen some questions from some of my friends in the industry who have never finished their bachelor’s degrees and are having difficulty getting managerial positions because of this.
(For those who do not live in the Philippines, our culture is a little obsessive when it comes to higher education. Even when some people aren’t really More >