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technical queries category May 9, 2007

Posted by jomaykulit in Alumni Spotlight, Engineering Discussions, Message from the Admin.
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:::estong – May 9, 2007:::

mas maganda siguro kung maglagay tayo ng sub-categories/subjects for technical querries. Sa tingin ko mas magiging useful itong website.

:::Admin speaks:::


maganda yan tsong.. ang tanong lang kc.. pano ko mgagawa na may subject ang particular query?  kasi threads yan eh. pwede din.. answering as a comment. pwede ako maglagay ng link sa isang site kng saan tayo-tayo ang nagtutulungan na sumagot sa mga technical queries… or we can leave that to better websites that caters to answering technical stuff like “engineering forums”.. 

this weblog although is more of interconnecting the alumni and sharing careers, posting jobs, if u can check the categories on the sidebars. At this point, im going to add techincal queries in the categories. thanks estong. daan kpa
sana lage dito =o)

 Ernesto de Peralta is a UST CE batch 2003 and is currently working in Maunsell Philippines in Makati as a structural engineer. He ranked 8th in the 2003 November Civil Engineering Board exams. you can email him at Ernesto.deperalta@maunsell.com


A weblog devoted to UST Civil Engineers May 9, 2007

Posted by jomaykulit in Announcements, column 1, Engineering Discussions, Message from the Admin.

Before starting this blog, i searched for current active websites devoted to ust civil engineering ALUMNI activities or updates. If u take a close look on the Blogroll section of the sidebar, you’ll find the sites that i found. Actually, i found 2 but they are organized out of the country and encompasses all engineering major. They are the Thomasian Engineers of Southern California and UST Engineers Alumni Association in New Jersey. So for those almuni that are currenlty residing in the United States, try to join and be a member of these organizations.

 I could say that LAB 6 REPORT is the only weblog devoted to only Civil Engineering Alumni. Not less im not aware of other existing whatnots.

 This is just a part of the big dream that all alumni will be interconnected and help one another to elevate the course of engineering to a level that is at par with outher countries; That we’ll help one another discover what else is instore in engineering and how could it elevate our lives aside from earning money.

quoting sir peter “being an ALUMNI is a continued responsibility”