Back in the day, I used to blog a lot. But when I started blogging less and less, my go-to excuse was that I've been busy— busy writing code, busy drawing, busy trying to make music. I have just realised that that is a bad excuse.
I've moved workplaces since I last blogged. I started here in mid-July and at the end of every workday, I send in an End of Day Report. It's basically a blog that is for private use. And it got me thinking— I can write every friggin' day but, for some reason, I am choosing not to.
So, here I am writing.
What's up? Well, as I've said, I've moved. I'm still doing pretty much the same stuff although I'm doing it for a different company.
In the company that I left, my last project was what's called an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software. It was a large project where we had to develop and maintain modules for human resouce management, accounting, logistics, and some very client-specific requirements. Now, although the project that I am working on doesn't really fall under the ERP category, it's just as huge as the previous one. It's just as complicated. But, to be honest, it's a lot more fun!
Of course, by “fun”, I mean challenging.
It's an old ship that has been patched in so many places with a lot of different materials just for it to stay afloat by itself for around a decade. It's not an easy ship to steer and it, at times, it can invoke some anxiety but most of the time it rocks. And it does its job.