- I am an official graduate of BSc (Hons) Statistics. Yes, a statistics student who graduated and currently forgot all those thing I learned in uni. Relax, I still got the memory, it just being kept inside of my head.
- During my long holiday (aka menganggur) period, I applied MSc Operational Research and Risk Analysis at University of Manchester and Alhamdulillah I got an unconditional offer. (Haven't done talking about this yet, so don't ask me things)
- While doing the above stuff, I was also actively googling about SAP course. So, I found one. A free 3 months course, with reliable certificate as SAP consultant(+-) under Talentcorps with the condition that I am a 6 months undergraduate that is already working. The first condition applied to me but I'm panicked with my jobless status. So, I applied to many companies consulting-related and got none but ended up being a Subtitle Editor at a media company (thanks a zillion to a friend of mine, forcing me to apply for the position, and I got the job the same day I interviewed, and I loved the job but I just quit last April). So, yeah. I got a job on last year's June. 1st day of Ramadhan terus kerja. Imagine my homesickness first time duduk luar hometown kena kerja, pappp terus masa nak dekat raya. HAHA.
- I took SAP examination on December setelah 3 bulan berhempas pulas back&forth pergi kelas on weekends. Nasib baik kelas sekali dengan Tan, boleh jugak jadikan partner borak. And I made new friends. Marvin and Aaron and Muiz and Tarmizi and Bee Leng (only talked to them, mostly) We are definitely not the same ages but in the class, we created chemistry. Mula-mula tu I got closer with Marvin and Aaron sebab first task lagi kami dah satu kumpulan. Lunch together ocassionally and all. Lepas dah separated, since we chose different module in the end, I talked more with Muiz or Tarmizi (takdelah cakap banyak sebenarnya.) And they even made me into a class leader, suruh create whatsapp group so that Sir Indran can inform us of anything. He is one of the teacher I respect a lot because he teaches not only for exam, but for us to learn. I was pumped up with his lesson, and although I passed the examination, I still am not confident to enter this industry. Though I actually kinda like what I did back then in MAS ERP. Dan yeah, I got the SAP certificate! (Man, I need to update my resume now)
So, yeah. That's what my 2015 looked like.
(All that I could remember now lah)