XM Malaysia

xmmalaysia.jpg
XM Malaysia

I just started my first day of work today – it’s at XM (Malaysia) at
Kenaga International at Jalan Sultan Ismail. It’s quite a while from my
place, I took a taxi there, it’s about RM 8 but the taxi back was RM
10+ due to the horrible traffic jam at the Bukit Bintang and Jalan Pudu
area.

kenaga.jpg
Kenaga International

First day at work was okay, got to know the staff and my colleagues
in the technical team. Surprisingly, a lot of taxi drivers doesn’t know
where Kenaga International is…deja vu from Melbourne where there’s
frequent stops to consult Melways (a map) and many questions for
directions. ;)

kenagawaterfall.jpg
There is a nice, relaxing fountain at the bottom of the Kenaga
International building and my work place is located on the 16th floor.

eatxmcoll.jpg
Look at the vivid PURPLE BLUE of the brinjals. Is that normal?

Anyway, a bunch of us walked to Bukit Bintang for lunch at the food
court on top – it’s surprisingly near, I could have walked from my
hotel to the first interview. Oh yeah, I heard from my colleages that
there’s a Putra LRT station – the KL Central one, that’s only 8 – 10
minutes walk from the office. The nearest LRT station here is the
Bangsar one and that takes about RM 5 by taxi to Medan Damansara so I
thought that works out to around the same price, taking into account
the LRT ticket. Anyway, I won’t try tomorrow morning, but I’ll use that
to come back tomorrow night and see if I get home alright. It’s just
too much of a hassle to get back by taxi during office hours…my
grandmother could walk 50 times faster than the speed traffic moved
along the traffic congestion areas.

worktaxib.jpg
I waited damn near 1 1/2 hours for a taxi…no one wanted to pick
anyone up during the peak traffic congestion office hour period.

Anyway, I don’t have any other photos except of the ones outside the
office place…I signed a non disclosure agreement, and since most
monitors were displaying code of some sort, that might violate it. I
will have to ask permission before taking photos inside the work place.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

130 thoughts on “XM Malaysia

  1. For what its worth, the layout is definitely cool. You know how to balance writing and images/videos. However, I cant get over how little you actually bring to light here. I suppose that everyones said the same thing that youve said over and over again. Dont you think its time for something more?

  2. PlayStation Phone – No internal memory? That seems kind of weird since I doubt this thing will use UMD. Also, isn’t the PSP2 coming out next year? Will they make a PSP Phone 2? I’m kind of skeptical on this one. well, i can’t edit…but i wanted to add this. i wont be surprised if sony adds some type of adapter add on to the PS3 (something to support the IR blasters, and maybe a small unit within that add on that has more RAM) so it can support google tv. It would make so much sense for sony to be even more of a presence in the living room, other than what the ps3 can already do. If google tv ends up working out all the kinks, and getting better…i wouldn’t be surprised. On top of that being a selling point (a huge one) over the Wii and similar to the Xbox integration w/ att uverse, you’d be able to get the PSP phone and the ps3 to work all buddy buddy together. the possibilities are endless if you ask me. This would be called product synergy sony…listen to me

  3. Great article, but a frustrating read, due to the lack of proper punctuation in a lot of spots. Please close your quotations! If this article is following some sort of nouveau grammatical style, of which I’m not aware, I remain frustrated; however, I apologize.

  4. Frankly speaking, I found your web site really “hygienic”. By the word “hygienic”, I struggle to emphasis that we share a common taste. The goodness of your blogposts has refueled my dormant soul. I could not help but bookmark your web site. Hope your forth-coming posts will probably be interesting too.

  5. You won’t believe it but recently I was sorely tempted to set your site as my homepage. I reckoned that way I would have the ease of examining the goodness of your website every time I started my chrome. Yet, I had to satisfy my temptation with solely bookmarking your site since I couldn’t clear away my own website from the default homepage option (even though I wanted to). Anyway, do keep your posts updated.

  6. Between me and my husband we’ve owned more MP3 players over the years than I can count, including Sansas, iRivers, iPods (classic & touch), the Ibiza Rhapsody, etc. But, the last few years I’ve settled down to one line of players. Why? Because I was happy to discover how well-designed and fun to use the underappreciated (and widely mocked) Zunes are.

  7. XM Malaysia » sixthseal.com Very nice post. I just stumbled upon your blog and wished to say that I’ve truly enjoyed surfing around your blog posts. After all I’ll be subscribing to your rss feed and I hope you write again soon!

  8. I am definitely a Pinterest junkie myself. I made the Sesame Chicken also, and it was delicious, I have used other recipes as well, and recently even ordered a sweater that I saw on someone’s Clothes Board. Thanks for showing us what you’ve done so far.

Leave a Comment