Season’s Greetings

I heard from a famous speaker at church recently that days are long but a year is short. Ain’t it so true? Now that it’s December, it feels like everything is on fast forward mode. It’s like we have to rush from one party to the next to the next. And it’s one errand after another after another.

I’ve thought about what to write for our Christmas blog. For me personally, I really liked ABS-CBN new appreciation theme for Christmas. If you guys are not familiar with it, the song went like – “Kaya’t ngayong Pasko, ang blessings ko’y kayo. Thank you, thank you ang babait ninyo!” Continue Reading “Season’s Greetings”

Swift vs. Spotify: Which side are you on?

I am not a big music fan. I listen to the radio when I drive only because driving in traffic is generally boring. I owned an iPod Nano whose music was first downloaded when I first bought the device just so I can play something from it when I run. I didn’t update its content since, that was 3 years ago. My car also has 3 CDs which I received as a gift from family and friends. Incidentally, one of those CDs was Taylor Swift’s Red Album which I think I asked for a Christmas wish list because I couldn’t think of anything else.  Continue Reading “Swift vs. Spotify: Which side are you on?”

Various Governments start teaching Coding at least in High School

As I scout through the news to find an inspiration on what to blog about, I am positively encouraged to find at least 2 recent articles of government agencies raising the need to integrate computer science into their public school programs:

Why Chicago is mandating coding education (CNN Money, October 20, 2014)

Why Schools in England are teaching 5-year-olds how to code (Bloomberg, October  16, 2014)

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#LabanPilipinas: Philippines Most Improved Country since 2010 in WEF Global Competitiveness Report

How do you measure a country’s success? Is it the percentage of tax you have to pay the government? Is it the availability of convenient transportation like trains? Is it the reliability of law enforcers and how they make us feel safe? Is it by the number of beggars on the street?

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Happy 2nd Year Anniversary to Us

Hello everyone!
August 1 marked the 2nd year anniversary of Creating Info! We are truly grateful for God’s grace in sustaining us in this business and the continued privilege to serve you guys. It had been an exciting journey for us, with its many ups and downs, and we look forward for many great things to come.

There’s a lot to be thankful for and we would like to take this time to recount the milestones we’ve achieved this past year.

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#ChickenSad: Case Study

I’m running way behind on my blog posts to you guys and I apologize for that. 🙁

We have spent the past couple of blog posts doing some introduction on basic system types. I hope you find them informational and feel free to let us know if you have questions by emailing us through For today, I am taking a break from the informational piece and going back to general interest.

As I was trying to scout for relevant technology topic to discuss, the #ChickenSad Craze really spark my curiosity. Continue Reading “#ChickenSad: Case Study”

What a layman needs to know about SaaS

I wanted to write you guys an introductory piece about Software-as-a-Service but I couldn’t decide a proper theme for it. So as usual, I browsed the internet for details related to the topic to find inspiration. As I am researching for this article, I realized that the term Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is a very technical term that perhaps only IT industry practitioners understand.  In fact, I looked up Software-as-a-Service for dummies on Google and it returned various definitions associated to SaaS such as – multi-tenancy, highly elastic, and modular. Wow!  🙂

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