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Putra A. Fairuz
Works at Computer Sciences Corporation
Attended Open University Malaysia
Lives in Kuala Lumpur
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Didn't know that Siri is powered by HP Bladesystem

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Every single day, iPhone and iPad owners ask Siri millions of questions. Each and every one of those questions must be analyzed by Apple using computer-int
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Welcoming the new family member..
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Totally impressed. Not only it's portable and lightweight, but it also doesn't look or feel cheap; while delivering crisp awesome sound.
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The current 4.3 is running so well. Heard there are some performance issue in 4.4.2. Anyone experience it??

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Is it me or this thing does look like shock absorber on cars? Still, awesome non the less
 
Did you know: Luke’s lightsaber prop from A New Hope was built from a flash tube attachment used on forties-era press cameras?
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  • Open University Malaysia
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I don't do code
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System Engineer (Virtualisation/Cloud Infra)
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Hypervisors, SAN storage, HP Blade System
Employment
  • Computer Sciences Corporation
    present
  • Nestlé
  • Ministry of Health
  • Commissioner of Education
  • Strateq Oil & Gas
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Kuala Lumpur
It's a Thai cuisine restaurant with hefty of choices, not forgetting a few doses of western style burger, this is kind of a fusion Bar/restaurant that you wouldn't want to miss. The ambient is chilling enough, despite the beverage selection is a bit underwhelming. Take note that at this time of writing, the bar wouldn't accept credit card as payment. Make sure you have enough cash when you go nuts with the Jägermeister shots.
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Thai-style seafood restaurant. Nice environment, quiet place and the food is appropriately priced.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Sport Planet Ampang has went an essential upgrade by replacing the old green carpet/rugs to rubberized surface for their futsal pitches. Badminton courts remain as before, as the lighting wasn't too good. Shower room is below average and there is no locker to keep your stuff while you're showering.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
A shopping mall beneath the highest twin-tower, what's not to like? With plenty of branded outlets to choose from, you also have ample of eateries to choose from. A must visit place at least once in a life time.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
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A shopping mall beneath the highest twin-tower, what's not to like? With plenty of branded outlets to choose from, you also have ample of eateries to choose from. Fast food? Check. Western food? Check. Local food? Check. Japanese, Chinese, Indian, fusion food? Yes, check them all.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Centrestage is an integrated commercial cum residential development. They provide office suites, residential units, shop lots and a hotel. To date, there aren't too many businesses running, thus you may find a hefty amount of empty retailer lots to be occupied. A few eateries can be found here, including a convenience store. They provide both covered (basement) and uncovered (valet) parking space.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Being famous for their happy hour selections, Movida also serve various of foods, ranging from snacks, sandwiches, western and also local dishes. The portion is plenty enough and appropriately priced too. If you're whiskey lover, try to avoid their glass shots as it definitely tasted like it has been diluted. The cocktails aren't that good too. Overall, its' coziness ambient is great for a casual hangout meetup.
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