Had attended 36 Hours The Longest Open Source Software Programming Events of Malaysia

I as Khor Yong Hao, Gan Chee Tak, Alvis Chen, had attended 36 Hours The Longest Open Source Software Programming Events of Malaysia around 6 October to 8 October 2010. We are representing the Team named as ColourWeb. This competition is organized by MAMPU (Malaysia Open Source Conference), located at EPF Institute, Kajang.

36 Hours OSS WebDev Contest (Organized by MAMPU) (Recorded in The Malaysia Books of Record)

In this competition, we had learnt many new things. At first, we have less experience in Linux last time as playing Amazon EC2, but we managed to setup and install whatever requirements in the process of building web application and stuffs. The most important we learn is good process of team collaboration. We help each other with our own profession. Sharing is the best word to say at here. We promote open source, promote sharing. We are good team collaboration players. But at the same time our weaknesses is less experience in designing big projects. Through this competition, we know our perspectives and know how to handle it in the near future.

This is not the end of the spirit, and also not the end of this post, to be continued…

Author: fyhao

Jebsen & Jessen Comms Singapore INTI University College Bsc (Hon) of Computer Science, Coventry University

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