Thank you University of Perpetual Help System, Binan Laguna

Thanks UPHSL for the invitation on your IT Week! Hope you had fun and more take-away’s on our Session and Thanks Microsoft (Specially Mellie and the ACAD team) for accepting our invitation  to be in there!

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In this first session, Mellie Valimiento from Microsoft Philippines ACAD Team wowed the students with the newest innovations in the IT field following up with some of the programs Microsoft has to offer for students and UPHSL.

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So my Turn now on my “DO YOU WANT TO BE A ROCKSTAR” session. So how can you be a rockstar in the IT field, first is specialize then certify your specialization!

 

 

 

 

 

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So what certification track would you like to pursue?  Are you a developer or an IT Pro?

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All in all, I know everybody won with this Microsoft-UPHSL team up, specially on the ACAD programs that UPHSL enrolled on.  Hope to hear from the university soon! 😛

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We are in the WHO DUNN IT 2011!

Yes we are there and pictures are here:

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In photo: MVP Michael Corpuz, MVP Roman Canlas, MVP Jojo Ayson, Tim Vergel de Dios from Microsoft Philippines Wearing his Cobra Commander Costume and Me 🙂

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These are my new Colleagues from UST-Global Manila (http://www.ust-global.com)

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Ohh look on who I found its Liezl Milan and MVP Chay on her Naruto Costume, Hey Chay where did you got that jacket again?

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Me and my our ever supportive Zanda Nicolas with other community members.

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Some new and old faces of the community

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So who dunn it? People who had “Saved” the world with their expertise in technology.

Autodate your notes with Notepad (even without scripting)

First and foremost, NOTEPAD has been my dependable friend or companion so to speak even from the start of my IT career. Waaaaay back in my high-school days when I was taking notes and doing some HTML, on my college days when I was learning JavaScript I have used notepad.exe for editing HTML and viewing it on IE on Windows 98. I learned DHTML and even editing perl and bash scripts using notepad, still it has filled its purpose. This is not to mention doing some batch files (.bat) and other cmd prompt scripting, and creating some registry settings (.reg). Enuf of our history, my age is showing 🙂

Today when teaching and coaching junior programmers and developers what does it mean to create a good software, I always give NOTEPAD as an example. Well for one, I never crashed a notepad nor had a notepad crashed the entire operating system. It is stable, intuitive to use, had a wide range of use and highly dependable.

Okay, another thought would be, it has been with Windows 98 as far as I can remember (sorry guys, never had the chance to use 95 so go figure out the history for your selves). If you have a software that has been included in almost all of the Windows operating system, it must be a good software. So love your notepad.

With this example, you may be surprised that Notepad has another use, creating notes that has autodates – even without scripting!

All you have to do is put a “.LOG” (All CAPS, without quotes) on the topmost of your notepad file, like the one on the sample below.

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Close and save your file.

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for this example I will use this as my notes so I will name this file as “myNotes.txt”

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So after saving, just open the txt file that we created.

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You will see that there is now a time stamp right after the .LOG. This is automatically generated everytime you close your txt file.

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Try it your self, a notepad (txt) file with a auto time stamp, cheers!

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