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Weblog Archive Cutedge

by: Bernard Teo

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Bernard Teo
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Tue 06 Dec 2005

This is us

Category : Commentary/us.txt

This is a picture of all of us here - from left, my long-time collaborator and friend Hai Hwee, my kid Brendan, and my wife, Bee Khim. We were going to sneak over to Johor, at the southern end of our neighbour Malaysia, for the day. That's always going to be fun and don't we look like it?

Next week, Brendan and Bee Khim are going to spend a week in Thailand but I'm only going to join them for the last three days, in Bangkok - in case I can't find a good Internet connection and the support for Postfix Enabler, WebMon, DNS Enabler and all, starts to languish.

So, I'm a long way from having this business run like a well-oiled machine, able to run for much of the time on its own without me. One day, I hope to get this figured out.

Actually, Cutedge was the name we used when Bee Khim, Hai Hwee, and I were writing software for insurance companies for most of the last twelve years, together with a couple of other people. We've spent the last two years "recuperating" (I've almost managed to never touch a PC or cross an IT manager's path in two years and I think it shows - I feel fresher and happier). But business seems to be re-awakening in the region. Who knows where the journey will lead? The Journey is the Reward, remember?

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