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Busy Mode On!

I've been a bit busy lately. There are at least 3 projects I should manage to work on. In one project I become a Project Manager (technical side also), and in the other two I join as a member. So in the second half of 2009 I already fully booked ;)

The project that I act as a project manager is development of 3 crisis center/emergency operation center in 3 provinces in Indonesia. I should prepare our engineer to install asterisk, heartbeat and working with programmer to prepare some GIS and database software for the center. Sound interesting.

In the second project, I join with some experts in education to prepare a design of e-learning system for education quality enhancement for elementary and junior-high schools in one province in Indonesia.

In the last project I should help a team of programmer to prepare the infrastructure for customize service for a new GSM handset type that will be launched in Indonesia at the Q3 of this year.

Maybe you will not see many articles in this blog or in my other blog for the next couple of months. I promise to use my free time to write anything and hope I can put in in my blog later on.

Have a lot of fun!

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