Life documentEd

My life documented in more than six words, of course.

Footprints in my Heart.

Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some stay for a while, leave footprints on our hearts, and we are never, ever the same. ~Flavia Weedn, Forever Hulk, I would always be proud that I had the chance to work with you. I wouldn’t be Superman if not for people like you who […]



I was blind temporarily last night. And it scared the hell out of me. Late in the evening, after a nerve-racking day at work, I hit the treadmill for half an hour to get the stress—physical, emotional, and psychological—out of me. But I was irritated when I suddenly felt the need to scratch my skin […]


The Dagger.

I love you. Ed, I have something to tell you: I gave that word to another person already. I can’t get it back. No problem. I didn’t ask that you give those to me. You should give it freely to whoever you feel like giving it to. Exactly. I wish you happiness. Thanks for the […]


Final Use Case.

As a Requirements Analyst, it is my responsibility to gather, elicit, analyze, document and validate the needs of the project stakeholders. As the principal conduit through which requirements flow between the client and the software development team, I play a central role in collecting and disseminating product information. This product information is usually presented in […]


RX (Risky eXploit)

I shall be reassigned to a new project and new team. I will assume the position of a fellow employee and on the other hand, he gets my work load. I called this the RX, the R.A. eXhange. Prologue. I was shocked, and in denial after the news has been spilled out to me. I […]