She's 3 months old. Seeing her smile every single day melt our hearts and make our tiredness by the long journey,lack of sleep and the pressures of life as adults goes away.Noorul Jannah was born on 24 December 2005.She is our first daughter, first granddaughter to her grandparents.She'll carry our hopes and dreams.May one day she'll be a great person..a good servant of God.Jangan tidur dulu Jannah..tunggu abah and umi balik ye...
Tuesday, April 04, 2006
I am on a mission of diving deep into the world of Object Oriented Design.It's not that i havent done OOD, it's just that these days due to lack of manpower and tight dateline i had to sacrifice a lot on designing my application upfront.So i began to loose touch on my basics.Now coding straightaway is my design.Well at least i got the applications running on production.And i just found that Composite Pattern is cool like a cup of hot nescafe in the morning!I never cross path with Composite Pattern..not until I was read Professional Java JDK 5 Edition and came across the Design Pattern chapter that discussed Composite Pattern. In my two years stint with Java i used few design patterns like DAO pattern, Service Locator Pattern and Strategy Pattern but not Composite Pattern. Composite Pattern proves useful when you are dealing with Collections. It provides a way for developers to process Collections of objects as a single object which makes operation on the Collection less complicated. I tried developing my own sample for displaying my company organization tree structure. I found that using this pattern leads to a very clean and readable code and not to mention it hides the complexity of recursivley looping through the Collections. I just wish that we did this during our HR System project but that was 2 years ago and i was not even a Java Developer back then. But i guess it's better late than never..just added another weapon in my programming arsenal..heh!
Saturday, April 01, 2006
It happened twice in one week. Power disruption at our data center, the heart of all our business application servers. Customers bising.The Management lagi la bising. The techies are in a hot seat. During disaster like this is the time where we can see the commitment of everyone involved.Hard times sometimes brings out the best in people.I totally agree with that.One thing for sure i am proud of my team for showing their dedication in ensuring our services are restored 100%.Some of us that can make it stay for as long as it takes, some of us who can't make it keep up with updates, some of us wakes early in the morning and remotes from home to ensure everything is fine.That's real teamwork.Kudos to all the heroes!