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    Quote Originally Posted by _Cathy_ View Post
    90k net for an IT job? How old is your brother?

    I'm in the wrong industry talaga
    Need a certain mindset to be able to do coding, and another to understand it at a higher level altogether. Not saying di mo kaya [di kita kilala] pero it's not for everyone.

    Ask Jut, I'm sure a lot of his batchmates hated their ITM14 class...

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    Quote Originally Posted by carwhacko View Post
    Well sa brother ko package is 90k.


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    Net yung 90k?

    If yes, pasok nga yung sinuggest ko in my earlier post.

    1. Buy a car in cash - 1M

    2. Get property worth ~5M, pay the 30% DP in cash - 1.5M

    3. Keep the 500k as your emergency fund.

    4. Monthly budget
    - 10k for car
    - 45k for loan payment
    - 20k for entertainment/shopping/gimik
    - 15k for savings/investment

    But most importantly - learn to live. Should I buy a car just to have a hobby?

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Cathy_ View Post
    90k net for an IT job? How old is your brother?

    I'm in the wrong industry talaga


    Yes. he is 27 years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    ikaw kasi! hindi ka nag-duktor...

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    ma-ginoo pero medyo bastos.
    The only time I told my Dad "no". I don't have the character to be an MD.

    Yeah I think shadow is like that.Though natakot ako sa kanya sa post niya na may baril siya hehe. I'm scared of people who own guns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mda View Post
    Need a certain mindset to be able to do coding, and another to understand it at a higher level altogether. Not saying di mo kaya [di kita kilala] pero it's not for everyone.

    Ask Jut, I'm sure a lot of his batchmates hated their ITM14 class...
    Yeah. Definitely not for me. My friend knows sql. Yun nga lang ayoko na e

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    Quote Originally Posted by mda View Post
    Need a certain mindset to be able to do coding, and another to understand it at a higher level altogether. Not saying di mo kaya [di kita kilala] pero it's not for everyone.

    Ask Jut, I'm sure a lot of his batchmates hated their ITM14 class...
    I thoroughly enjoyed ITM14. I was even contemplating on teaching it part-time.

    It's easily the most useful subject I've ever had - I can cut down Excel work that takes an entire day to just a few hours. Upon entering the workforce, it was my trump card to be relevant amidst more experienced colleagues. Surprisingly, not all fresh grads younger than me are as adept in Excel - I was expecting that by now they would make ITM14 a mandatory subject for all courses instead of the utterly useless ITM11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Cathy_ View Post
    Yeah. Definitely not for me. My friend knows sql. Yun nga lang ayoko na e

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    select * from table_a

    inner join

    select * from table_b

    on table_a.key = table_b.another_key

    etc etc etc

    It's fun naman din hehehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by jut703 View Post
    I thoroughly enjoyed ITM14. I was even contemplating on teaching it part-time.

    It's easily the most useful subject I've ever had - I can cut down Excel work that takes an entire day to just a few hours. Upon entering the workforce, it was my trump card to be relevant amidst more experienced colleagues. Surprisingly, not all fresh grads younger than me are as adept in Excel - I was expecting that by now they would make ITM14 a mandatory subject for all courses instead of the utterly useless ITM11.

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    I've seen others take ITM11. Useless nga.

    Excel is a different beast. Pero it takes a similar coding mindset to do well. Pwede ka rin siguro sa BS CS or MIS hehehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadow View Post
    Ako lang magsabi sayo na go! Enjoy your life. Buy a car. Get all the women you can while you're still young. Yun naman nasa isip mo eh. I dont think any amount of advise you read here will change your mind.

    Youre Still allowed to make mistakes anyway.

    Oldies mga tao dito, doon ka sa manila tonight hingi ng advise kung buhay pa yun site.

    Tanong mo tao dito kung ano ginagawa nila nun 28 sila. Probably enjoying life...

    Pero pinaka advise ko eh, know *cathy more. She can give you life lesson. Parang maging mentor mo siya. Should I buy a car just to have a hobby?




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    Ganito ang advice hehe! Go spend it like you steal it. Life only comes at once, go enjoy it.

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    I have been in the IT industry for 18 years now. However, I took up electrical engineering in college and I didn't like my computer subjects. I have gone from a developer, tester, designer, consultant, and landed myself in management.

    People would ask me about web stuff and all the likes regarding IT work. However, I told them that there are more important coding stuff aside from the web. I used to specialise in mainframe/middleware platforms for banks, credit cards, retail systems, and warehouse applications. All such important IT stuff that college IT grads dislike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    I have been in the IT industry for 18 years now. However, I took up electrical engineering in college and I didn't like my computer subjects. I have gone from a developer, tester, designer, consultant, and landed myself in management.

    People would ask me about web stuff and all the likes regarding IT work. However, I told them that there are more important coding stuff aside from the web. I used to specialise in mainframe/middleware platforms for banks, credit cards, retail systems, and warehouse applications. All such important IT stuff that college IT grads dislike.
    Well to be fair, everyone sees the web part kasi...

    Middleware, mainframes, sysad work is not only boring sounding but also very obscure...

    Pero yun yung mga backbone ng mga large companies hehe

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