On one hand, learning Hospitality Management for 4 years at the university has offered me the experience and insights in the industry of hotels and entertainment. My very first lesson in this profession is to know how important the satisfaction of a customer is and until now, it is still the most important lesson to me that applying to business.
On the other hand, I'm a tech-savvy guy. I was really curious about 'techs', so I tried to learn anything that makes me excited about on my own: start from building Systems using the Google Spreadsheet, then I get used to Google App Script and use it as my advantages with many other Google Products including Google AdWords (now, it's Google Ads by the way :) ). Then, after some proper learning of programming lanagues, I can create a web page with AJAX and Backend; in the mean time, I got along with Linux, and insanely loved it. With Linux, I was able to build server and create a web hosting/vps service at my home without using commercial hosting service (inshort: data-center). After sometime, I wanted my code to be more lively, so I learned IoT, now I can create a system that automate my home for me (my own smarthome system). And... this story about my tech path will be continuing so far for sure...
On the "other" other hand! I really love Data. Currently, I have the skills to preprocess data (data collection, data integrity) but doesn't have the skill to mine that data yet. So I intended to grab a subscription on datacamp.com for learning Data Analytics. Concurrently, I'm taking a course about Machine Learning on Coursera by Professor Andrew Ng at the moment.
Social! I'm a social person, I love the idea of meeting new people, and because I usually do meditating, I always smile and never getting mad at others. Plus, I can play the piano and guitar pretty well!