1st Week of June: my last week of OJT. Read the rest of this entry »

GUI GUI GUI!!!

June 10, 2009

1st Week of June: my last week of OJT. Read the rest of this entry »

Real Project

June 10, 2009

The last week of May was my second to the last week of OJT. The first few days was spent on researching for a proposed project of the company which involves an iPhone application. However, due to lack of time and data, we didn’t continue my 3rd project. Read the rest of this entry »

Research

May 28, 2009

Last Monday, I was tasked to research about my third project. I need to research the feasibility of the application and if it is possible to do. I also researched about the things that I need to know in order to implement the project. Read the rest of this entry »

Tic Tac Toe

May 25, 2009

Last Thursday, Sir Ardee started to teach me how to make a program for the iPhone! Woot! The language that the iPhone apps use is Objective C. Objective C is a C-turned-object-oriented programming language. It’s actually like Java, although there are still some big differences apparent between the two like the syntax and functions.
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Yesterday, I continued with the Payroll Project. I implemented the integration with the database wherein whenever the admin generates a payslip, the data will be stored in the database for future references. I also updated the views of the affected HTML files. Basically, I am almost done with the second project! However, I still had some questions about the computations (especially for the gross salary). I clarified the computation with Sir Ardee and there were some functions that I still had to do in order to compensate the computation.
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Since my first project here at Creo was finished last Wednesday, I continued my second project, Payroll, last Thursday. I actually came up with these steps to help me finish the second project faster: Read the rest of this entry »

KABOOM

May 16, 2009

“Alam mo… sumabog.”
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Bring’it

May 10, 2009

Last Wednesday, I got a break from doing the usual project that was assigned to me. There was an urgent requirement needed by the financier of Creo Studios. Actually, it was still connected with my first project but it’s a new functionality. Read the rest of this entry »

HS

May 10, 2009

May 5, 2009 at 4:01 pm

Yesterday, Sir Ardee gave me a background on the second project: The Accounting Program. Basically, what it should do is compute the net salaries of the employees based on the gross salary and the deductions of tax, SSS, PhilHealth, and Pag-ibig. The requirements were still fuzzy for me. Probably, I will just ask questions along the way. However, before starting the accounting program, I needed to do another module: the attendance module. Each user can sign in to their worksheet. However, a user cannot add a task when he/she has not timed in yet. This scheme was brought up because of the time difference that the company follows. Actually, the normal office hours of Creo is from 5pm to 2am the next day. When storing the time-in and time-out of a task of an employee in the database, there is no way to determine for which duty day that task really is. So, Sir Ardee thought of a the time-in and time-out scheme for the employees themselves which will also serve as their attendance scheme. All I had to do was implement it. The overall requirements were set down to me, but I still had to think of specific functionalities that this module must do. Basically, all we did yesterday was to talk about the requirements for the second project. I also fixed some minor bugs on the Worksheet (specifically, the End-of-Month Bug). Read the rest of this entry »