This post has been postponed for 'too' long (4 days dah.. kang basi laa pulak... :P). OK. Shall we start? :)
Last week, Yaby and I went to Canberra to attend a four days workshop/tutorial. There we met with three other experts in hardware and software programming in embedded system area. When I say 'expert', I really mean it. On the first day, they help to find a way to test our design board with the interface board. Yup, it is the design board which Yaby and I had been working on. Although we manage to confirm that all the connections are correct, there is one problem in the design - timing constraints. As a result, we need to design a new board. Hopefully this one would work just fine.
Indeed, how could I have overlooked this 'ultimate' point during the designing process. Hmm.. which made me realised that as a matter of fact, "timing" played a major role in most of our daily lives end results. For example, ... eh jap jap... what I'm about to say next might startle you a little bit (or maybe a lot). So forgive me if you are offended in any way. My example is - the baby-in-making process... Seriously, timing is SUCH a crucial thing in this process and of course there are many other occasions where "timing" could affect the outcome of 'something'. Betul tak?... :)
On the last day in Canberra, we manage to cover few interesting places in Canberra. Like many who had been to Canberra, I would say that it is a quiet city. Before I came to Brisbane, I never had thought that the capital city of Australia would be Canberra. I had always imagined Sydney instead. Most people would argue on the different level of Canberra as a capital city of Australia compare to other capital cities in the world. To give you a better picture on what Canberra are-made-of, you might want to imagine hanging around at Putrajaya. In fact, the photo above was taken at the biggest round-about in Canberra just like the one which Putrajaya has (but of course the trees are a whole lot different.. and the round-about size is a little smaller compare to Putrajaya's). And guess what? Canberra has an artificial lake again JUST like Putrajaya :). That's it. My update on Canberra. :)