Migrating from Ubuntu to Fedora (the easy way!)

I used to be a fervent user of Ubuntu ever since I tried 8.04 but back then the desktop manager was based in GNOME. Ever since the switch to Unity, my Ubuntu experience was getting less and less friendly, so since 12.04, I started looking for alternatives. The only alternative that got my attention was … Read more

Lujiazui back in 2007

Back in the days when Shanghai World Trade Centre was still being built. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4qRd9Hsmz0]

China visa changes could attract job-hunting IT pros

A change to Chinaโ€™s visa laws due to come into force this (northern) summer could make the Peopleโ€™s Republic a more attractive destination for ex-pat IT professionals up for the challenge, but the vital details on exactly which skills are needed are still being worked out. More on this article here.

How to get married in Shanghai? (From personal experience)

Yep, I have decided some time ago to tie the knot and getting married with my Chinese babe. Although marriage in China is an easy process, however getting all the necessary paperwork can be very time consuming and most of the information I found online at that time were either outdated or simply … wrong. … Read more

First week of being an IBMer

In my last post, I talked about my departure from HP. From March 1st, I started working for…IBM. Yep, from HP to IBM. Only this time, my work focus is in a new area: storage testing or in other words, from computer software to computer hardware. This past week, I got to re-meet my new … Read more

Today marked my last day at Hewlett-Packard

After more than 4 years of service, it felt very emotional for me to leave a team of friends and co-workers I have been with such a long time starting from the localization team to HP Client Automation and finally to Financial Planning and Analysis. Now a new step of my career will start but … Read more