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Month: August 2011

From sketch to code: Making FluxFun 2.0 a reality


Website development like building a house needs a good set of plans. Though it is true that one can build anything with just a good idea and an infinite amount of time, the most memorable and enduring ones come from meticulous planning and head scratching. In this blog, I will the describe the processes that were undertaken by the Flux team to make FuxFun 2.0 a reality.

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Old house hunting: The Aguinaldo Shrine


I have always felt affinity with old houses. I don’t know if it’s the smell of aged wood, the history, or the overall aura that draws me, but in general I like things that are old. It calms me. Today, I have visited the Aguinaldo Shrine in Kawit, Cavite. It was where the declaration of Philippine Independence was made and is featured in the now discontinued five peso bill. With its very ornate hand-carved hardwood furnishings, I was awestruck by the amount of work done and craftsmanship of its builders.

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