A realist, pragmatist, and a firm believer of the benefits of intellectual cross-pollination (fancy way of saying everybody can learn something from everybody)
I believe that a mentor-mentee relationship is a two way street, not a lecture. I believe a mutual respect needs to be given in this relationship, because at the end of the day, we are all able to gleam new knowledge from the other.
My background involves developing mobile application technologies across multiple sectors, from service industries to commercial platforms. I have been involved with building applications that have been downloaded by hundreds of thousands, if not millions, across the world.
But, ultimately as a mentor, I hope to be able to not just help you get started down the path of mobile application development and software engineering, but also to possibly inform your mindset and ethics around these topics as well.
Wen Jie is an Investment banking manager with more than 8 years of professional experience serving corporations of all sizes in executing strategies and fund raising exercises.
Open to hearing financial and agricultural business ideas out there for prospective fund raises
In my previous life, I held a marketing role at a Singapore-based florist business.
Wanting a more fast-paced environment, I got into the tech and startup scene by being a Content Marketer at Tech in Asia.
I'm currently working closely with developers and startups in Southeast Asia through my role at the Developer Relations team at Google.
I'm also a self-diagnosed bubble tea addict, and wrote a blog post about it for fun here - https://email@example.com
I grew up in Malaysia attending Garden International School. I moved US for my undergraduate studies and graduated with a BS in Mechanical Engineering at University of Southern California.
After I graduated, I moved to San Francisco to work at SanDisk. I was the Program Manager for iNAND and MCP, providing memory to smartphones/tablets and automotive devices.
I now currently work at Google as a Program Manager in their Technical Infrastructure team where I develop and manufacture new products going to the data centers such as servers, SSDs, and networking infrastructure.
I have more than a decade of all-rounded experience in operations, lean management, quality management system and e-commerce logistics. Other than that, I also focus a lot on conducting training on the above topics after receiving my train the trainer certification by the Malaysian Human Resouce Development Corporation.
I have always jumped into new trends like introducing automotive's lean manufacturing to an Ecommerce Fulfilment and also setting up the first fulfilment centre within a Freezone in Malaysia. This task requires a person to observe and absorb information to then connect the dots.
Expertise: Just-in-Time Automotive Warehousing, e-Commerce fulfilment, Courier (B2C), Freight (B2B), and Competent Authorities (permits and licenses).
Industries involved: Automotive, Oil & Gas Manufacturing, Ecommerce Logistics
In my career, I've worn many logistics hats- warehouse operations, transport planning, freight coordination, commercial liaison and a stint in solutions designing. I have switched gears to management consulting as I intend to utilize my operational experience to enable clients to pivot for success. As a result, I have experience in various fields within the industry and the experience gained has taught me a the following about my professional value:
- Have big ideas & strive to execute them. Execution is when rubber hits the road.
- Remain teachable ; challenges makes you better than you were yesterday.
Aditi is a software engineer in Visa's Data Product Development team. She is responsible for the design and development of business processes under Visa's Loyalty and Benefits function. She is the co-inventor of multiple trade secrets and patents (pending approval at the U.S. patent office) at Visa. She was also among Visa's candidates at the "Next Generation Business Leadership Program 2018" at The American Chamber of Commerce, Singapore.
Apart from her daily work, she co-chairs various employee engagement initiatives at Visa, which include organizing regular knowledge sharing talks for the Singapore Technology team and driving the Women in Technology initiative for her vertical.
Outside of her duties at Visa, Aditi enjoys mentoring and nurturing young talent. She recently served as a mentor for Project Altair, a six-month hackathon conducted by the Innovation and Networking Society (IONS) at Singapore Institute of Management.
Data Scientist at Setel, ex-AirAsia,Kaodim and carlist.my, passionate about building great products through data! I can guide you in getting your internship or first job as a data scientist/ data analyst or even software engineering. Experienced in data engineering, MLops and deployment of models. I find joy in helping others because I understand how it felt when I first started.
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