It is 1:58am. I have COS duty tomorrow and I can't sleep. So I decided to bring down all my stuffs to the office to use the tablet. Recently, my bunk had gotten so stuffy and warm that it is impossible to sleep properly at night anymore. Really hope it gets better or else I'm gonna suffer when the new batch comes.
The new batch of recruits will be coming on the 10th of February (right after Chinese New Year). It makes me wonder why they would pick a date like that to take a batch. Ugh, there goes my CNY... (not to mention that there's a confinement period of 2 weeks)
University registration is open now and I'm trying to apply for another course. It is just 5 months till my ORD. Just like that, it is almost two years! Time really flies. I really don't know whether I should be feeling happy or worried after my ORD. When I'm in NS, I can afford to waste a day doing nothing and it will still count towards my progress for NS. After my ORD, every single day that I do nothing will be a WASTED DAY! I really need to start planning for after my ORD. I will think about it more in the day as I spend my time in the office doing my duty.
Hmm... Let's switch topic.
I bought a Nintendo 3DS XL after my previous batch. After about 4 months, I decided to sell off the 3DS XL and go for the NEW Nintendo 3DS. Sadly, the new 3DS came with dead pixel and is currently under repair by Maxsoft (product support for Nintendo in Singapore). I should be able to get it back on Monday. Also, got a Sky3DS+ to run games on my console.
I'm trying to be more organized. Sorting out the things on my office table, and things like that. Batch is starting and I'm so not ready for it. I bought an Android developer course and I haven't got the time for it yet. Will try to watch the videos and learn something before the next batch comes in.
As always, take care and I'll see you soon...
Updated: 12 March 2021
Dazhong Primary School
Bukit View Secondary School
(Diploma in Computer Engineering)
University of Wollongong
(Bachelor of Computer Science - Digital System Security with Distinction)