Projects and more projects…
There are a few projects concurrently running under my care. The first one is ICSS Warehouse project. Its progress hasn’t been as fast as I expected. I know I am contemplating about some issues which might affect the way the system is used. So yeah, I need to communicate this to the stakeholders. I’ll visit ICSS once I have finished the prototype of my idea.
Another project is MyTank. Since its launch few weeks ago, few bugs and new requirements have surfaced. This week I’ve completed few enhancements and bug fixes. I’ve fixed the bug in Tank Overview filter, allow LCL and FLEXIBAG shipments to sail without any tanks. I also added a feature to ensure MyTank can handle adhoc tanks. Other than Stella’s pending request, MyTank can be considered complete.
Another project that i’ve not started at all is the OCR project for Air Export Factory jobs. I personally owe this project to David 🙂 Hopefully I can get it done by this weekend. If not, that fellow will get whacked left and right. Anyway, this project should be easy as I already completed a very similar project (this sentence could be the very reason i’ve not written any single line of codes :p)
There’s an upcoming project looming on the horizon. It’s. A warehousing project for a potential customer. We haven’t got the contract, so everything is just a blueprint for now. I personally hope that we can get this project because I view it quite challenging. Challenging because the warehousing project will very likely need to interface with customer’s SAP system. Also, the objects to be kept in the warehouse will be more complicated than just pieces, pallets and racks. Interesting times indeed.
This week we visited our paediatrician to give Airen her Hepatitis A vaccine. Unlike many kids before, who cried even when they only just entered the doctor’s room; Airen remains cheerful. She even took a plastic ball from Doc’s table and starts playing with it. As Airen lays on the bed, my wife hold both Airen’s arm and start to distract her with conversation.
In a split of seconds, the nurse pressed the needle against Airen’s right thigh, release the vaccine, then immediately pulled out. Airen surprised for a while, exclaimed “Ouch mommy, it’s hurt”, then continued her conversation with her mother. Wow, Airen did not cry at all 🙂
To reward her not-crying-vaccination achievement, we bought her the colourful clay that she’s been keen on having. So for the whole week, Airen has been busy playing with clay. We do hope that this can nurture any artistry potential that she might have 🙂