Hi guys and girls. Happy blog-evening yea! I am glad that I can finally update all of you with the stories that happened last weekend when I was at the DiGi Done Right Camp. It was a fabulous experience to hang out with all 25 Nuffnangers + DiGi Angels, 5 Nuffies (the people who works for Nuffnang), DiGizens (DiGi citizens) and the trainer with his gang!
I am going to dedicate this week for DiGi Done Right Camp because I have so many things to share here. Please bear with this blog for the whole week yea? It will be separated into many parts so do not forget to click and read LoveHateVosovic.
Firstly, I would like to tell all of you about the DiGi Headquarter, D'House. It is located at:
Lot 10, Jalan Delima 1/1,
Subang Hi-Tech Industrial Park,
40000 Shah Alam, Selangor.
It is a big environment-friendly building with vast front yard and parking. We arrived there are about 10 AM after the bus picked us up at Kelana Jaya LRT Station. Jaazli Ahmad, Rayyan Haries and I went there because we received the invitation from Fresh (she handled all Nuffnangers for the event) the week before.
We had our breakfast, all catered by DiGi and we had our moment getting to know each and every one there. We registered ourselves and added Done Right Camp in Facebook and Tweeter and we got into the studio (the place where we had our seminar).
Next, we were introduced to Mr U2 Kumar, our trainer for the Done Right Camp. He is the sexy and still-looking-handsome 49 years old trainer.
That is him...
You can Google him if you want yea because I am not lying. He looks younger than me but I do not mind that. We were also separated into 5 teams and I volunteered to become the team leader. So I was rewarded a All-American Rejects 2GB USB Pendrive for that. Lucky me right?
We were brought around D'House after our lunch break (wait for more pictures to be uploaded in the next part okay). I love the office and somehow I felt like I am now in the wrong profession. If I work with DiGi, I will get RM1000+ every two years to change my hand phone and RM 2000+ to change the laptop after 3 years. Plus, the telephone and broadband bills will of course be paid by DiGi. That is fantastic right? Even the Ministry of Education would not afford that :P.
Then we had our tea-break (I will upload the pictures of food later) and started the Treasure Hunt Competition. Even though I was not selected for the Maxis Om Nom Nom Race, I still can participate in this DiGi's very own treasure hunt (minus the food). Each team was given a laptop and broadband to complete the race but our team did not win the challenge. All that counts is the experience and friendships made throughout the race.
(To be continued)