I think it’s my lucky month is november. Why? For three and a half (3.5) reasons:
- It’s my birth month and I received my best birthday gift so far — woot!
- We got in the finals of GlobeLabs contest — woot! again
- I got the business cardsssssssss — woot! again and again
- I finally reached my very first $10 earnings from google ads after 2 years of blogging! — woot! 3x and a half. Just half because I haven’t received it yet. Believe it, 2 years of blogging and I only started using it again around the 3rd quarter. I actually had one in my first few tries in blogging and then totally stopped using until this year.
I’m still hoping for another blessing this month. If not this month hopefully by early december. *crossing my fingers* and wish us good luck for tomorrow. What’s with tomorrow? It’s the final judging of our entry for the Globelabs event!
I just can’t get over the winning pieces title! haha! Oh well.. I received today my prizes for the business card raffle draw/contest held by octwelve and sponsored by Uprinting. I’m very happy with the outcome of my design and the quality of Uprinting’s cards.
Now I need to think how to distribute the 250 pieces of them… I hope you got the idea of how I got the title of winning PIECES (*corny* )
Thanks again Uprinting and Octwelve!
Before this one is forgotten in my “Baul ng Kayaman”, last August 8, I had the privilege to meet again my fellow PHPUGPHers for the globelabs event held in Shangri-La Manila. Take a peek at some pictures.
Globe Labs is a new organization within Globe Telecom whose mission is to help bring in the newest future technology services at the earliest market-relevant time. They launches a new competition that will bring together application development companies, freelance software developers and members of the academe to build applications for the everyday communication needs of customers. check complete news here
I’ll be joining the competition, hopefully no pressure on my side. (cross fingers) I’m looking forward to also see the proposals and final products by other groups. I’m very much sure a lot of new and awesome ideas will gonna heat up the competition since it’s open for Java, Ruby, PHP, .Net and other developers. Let’s see how things will go.