Miss L, it’s a logo of Devil not Cow
Long ago in 80’s, I told my dad of my intention to become an architect. I was 5, all I wanted to do is draw 😀
Sadly, my secondary school doesn’t present me with an art stream education and I became least interested after witnessing mat-art‘s (art freak’s) work. So I became an engineer, not by choice but because I didn’t want to upset my dad ❓
My dad was an engineer, cold and technical. I didn’t want to be him 😡
I was offered Computer Science course at UTM but I declined. He wants me to be an engineer. And so I did for the past 7 years of my life. I wanted him to be happy, happy that I am doing this for him, but he expected more 🙄
And here I am, bits-and-torn, what am I exactly? Everyday HRs introduces with new positions in the Web industry. So let me tell you a bit about Web positions (from my point of view).
Web Designer – Main expertise, Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator. He can smoothen your face within minutes! Hire him and get a new legal website designer boasting an impressive list of successful projects.
Web Programmer – Geeks who mull over script. He’s responsible for hacking your credit card or your user ID
Web Master – A-hole. Main expertise, ban people from forums. He’s they guy your dad warned about.
Web Developer – A programmer but with business sense. They’re the one who sold YouTube for 2Billion.
Web Architect – From the power supply to the click “Go” guy. He makes sure that A-to-Z is in order. He’s a pain in the ass ❗
Blogger – Overqualified journalist. They’re likely to stalk other blogs for info. Also known as New Age Vampire.
Web Addicts – Common among citizens who have nothing to do, although in front of the WholeWideWorld.
Web Gamer – A creature who doesn’t eat or sleep or blink in 10 hours (or more). Good, save us food supply 😮
What happens if someone is all of the above? 😥
ps: Happy 1st year Anniversary to me (web developer) :up: