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Hai Readers,

Postingan bulan Mei akhirnya muncul juga dan tentunya harus spesial sama seperti bulan-bulan sebelumnya (Bingungkah di mana spesialnya?).  Jadi setiap kali saya mencoba membuat blog post, saya benar-benar berusaha untuk hal ini, that’s why setiap blog post special dan punya keunikan masing-masing.

Ok, jujurnya akhir-akhir ini hidup itu tidak mudah (it’s never be easy anyway) tapi banyak juga hal yang ingin diceritakan sejak bulan lalu. Jadi ingat bagaimana pengalaman pergi ke Gua Belanda & Jepang di dago pakar bersama rekan-rekan perusahaan, merayakan ulang tahun teman bersama, sepedaan di kota tua saat liburan (this was really special), dan juga melakukan survey outing kantor ke Bandung bersama teman-teman baik. Ingin rasanya hati ini mengungkapkan semua kata yang tersimpan: duka, suka, pilu, cinta, harap, cemas, dan sayang; tapi di kesempatan kali ini saya akan berusaha menceritakan 19 May 2012.

Saturday, 19 May 2012

Hari sabtu yang cerah ini diawali dengan proses…

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Posted by on May 21, 2012 in 1

 

Company Visit to Wayang Windhu Geothermal

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New Experience, Wider Perspective, Unforgettable Moment

Long Trip

May 19, 2011 at about 7 pm, all students of Electrical Engineering batch 2009 and 2010 were starting our trip through ± 190 km to Pangalengan (read: Pan-Galengan), South Bandung. Although spending ± 5 hours sitting in the non-AC bus but this trip was pretty exhilarating us for it is for the first time since we had entered President University.  There is no more interesting trip than doing it with friends, we were playing games, chit chatting, sharing, joking, laughing, even shouting, the world is as just like we and us. Awesome!

We sensed the weather had been decreasing in temperature constantly in small slope, it became the sign for us that our destination was closer and closer. Then, we saw piece by piece view of big and infinite silver pipe and white smoke at the roadside, which is surrounded by tea plants. “Yes, we are, finally we arrive!”, shout Wahyudi, the Chairman of the trip.

Well Welcome

We were really welcome well by Mr. Munggang (read: Kak Munggang) in comfortable communion room where we were having snack and hot drinks. We were surprised seeing a state owned company has well maintained facilities, garden, and sports equipment. Then, we went to meeting room to see presentation about the company and the requirements of visiting each area. It is a must to wear helmet and engineer shoes because here it emphasizes the safety of human resources much more than others. The time pointed 3 o’clock, then we were starting to explore.

New Insight

The new insight was begun when visiting the control room and having chitchat with engineers there. Some information will be shared here.

  • It is possible to have internship in there, but it is very prominent to decide what you are going to do during internship, because the maximum period is only two months.
  • It is very important as electrical engineering students who will work in company to begin studying about PLC, because it is the most applicable in most company.
  • Working activities in there is only 20 days, and 10 days of holiday every month.
  • The most fatal accident can happen if you are working without procedural is dead.
  • The white smoke told above that burst out is cold one, even it seems hot.
  • The hot steam from earth stomach is used to turn the turbine to produce electricity.
  • The electricity or power produced, it will be sold to PLN.
  • If the machine one is broken or under maintenance in order to do frequently checking, the second machine will be activated.
  • If both of machine does not work properly, the company will use fossil fuel generator or buy back the power from PLN.
  • In Indonesia, just a few of geothermal sources are used due to lack of human and financial resources to develop it.
  • Compare to coal and fossil fuel contributes about 80% of CO2, geothermal is even less than 10%, so it is good starting to build career here for next 30 years if we consider the nuclear energy is too dangerous in mountain area like in Indonesia.
  • The area of the company itself is very fresh, comfortable, natural, green, and silent to have different working place compare to Jakarta.
  • It is named Wayang Windhu due to close to two mountains there, Wayand and Windhu.

For all above priceless experience, I deliver all thank for:

  1. Dr. Eng-. Erwin Sitompul, M.Sc
  2. Antonius Suhartomo, Ph.D
  3. Munggang, B.Sc
  4. I Gusti Wahyudi Indrawan

for your contribution. I really appreciate it.

 
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Posted by on May 27, 2011 in President University

 

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CULINARY IN MAKASSAR

CULINARY IN MAKASSAR


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It has been long time since my holiday in Makassar during the Mid of the August, I have not posted my experienced yet, so U Guys, my steadfast reader there may know that: U have never been in Makassar if U never taste these foods!

Besides my nieces, Jeanette -the beauty one- and Ivory -the chubby one-, the best culinary U have to visit is the best idea to know very well what inside of Makassar is. So delicated!

Wijen Chicken in SunachiAyam Goreng Wijen / Fried Chicken plus Wijen
Sunachi Restaurant, Clarion Hotel, Makassar, South Sulawesi
High quality of food and service with reasonable price

Nyok-NyangNyuk-Nyang / Pork Meat Ball
Jalan Timor, in front of Makassar Cinema
Various Nyuk-Nyang available here

Sate Ayam / Chicken Meat Roasted
Ayam Goreng Bu Tini
Jalan Gunung Lompobattang, beside Omega Optical

Pangsit Mie
Jalan Sangir 130, Makassar
Bold and soft noodle plus pure red pork

Air tahuSoybean Juice / Air tahu
Bakpao Lompobattang
Jalan Gunung Merapi

Siomay BabiPork Siomay / Siomay Babi
Jalan Gunung Merapi
Elastic and scattered Pork inside

Pork Bread / Bakpao
Bakpao Lompobattang

Hainam Pork
Jalan Sangir
Delicious and solid meat

Bak Ken / Chopped Pork

Chap Chay / Kwantong Soup
Jalan Lombok, Kios ????

 
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Posted by on October 3, 2010 in Sharing Info

 

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Air Mata Kucing

What ????

Minum Air Mata Kucing ????

It sounds disgusting !!!!

For I dislike the cat, I prefer to dog.

But wonderful that I may taste this new stuff, and it tasted fragrant and fresh. It is different with other drinks since it taste like Gula Jawa / Gula Merah, plus Lo Han Kuo (whatever it is), for healing throat problem. And also u may vary the drink adding some milk, lengkeng, sugar, and any other fruits.

By the way and any way this one is HEALTH DRINK and safe to be consumed, I wonder I may taste it now.😀

 
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Posted by on September 9, 2010 in Did You Know ?

 

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TIPS buying SMART MODEM

TIPS buying SMART MODEM

Ane bagi-bagi pengalaman nih setelah timbul penyesalan akibat membeli MODEM SMART AC 2726 langsung di counter SMART di Mal Metropolitan (biasanya disebut MM) di Bekasi.

Saya membeli MODEM SMART pada tanggal 7 September 2010 langsung dari dealer resmi lebih memuaskan, tapi kenyataanya I HATE THIS, and I will never buy there for second time!

U wonder WHY?

The PRICE!!!!!!!

From the authorized dealer:
Modem Smart AC 2726 costs IDR 888,000 + 88,000 (taxes)
Feature: Free 3 months Platinum packet
Modem Smart AC 2726i (for smart and fren) costs IDR 888,000 + 88,000 (taxes)
Feature: Free 1 month Platinum packet

It sounds nice to have SMART MODEM now

But the day after that day, Sept 9, 2010…
I go to Cyber Park Bekasi (in front of MM), and u know what I found:

From tenant sales SMART MODEM:
Modem Smart AC 2726 costs IDR 850,000
Feature: Free 3 months Platinum packet
Modem Smart AC 2726i (for smart and fren) costs IDR 650,000
Feature: Free 1 month Platinum packet

The taxes have been included….

Oh I felt tricky now and I am so disappointed not checking the price over all the place. So then I hope I will not do this false twice.

By the way, for all of you wanna buy cheaper things, u may come to Cyber Park Bekasi.

 
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Posted by on September 9, 2010 in Sharing Info

 

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How to Set Translator in my Blog

SET TRANSLATOR IN MY WORDPRESS


Let your reader from all countries and all different language may enjoy and be smarter with your information.
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1st: Copying all the html code below
2nd: Pasting the code to your static page
3rd: Replace sugiantomann.wordpress.com with your own address, ex:you.wordpress.com

Click the link below to translate this blog into the language of your choice:
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Posted by on September 1, 2010 in Learning Center

 

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Rules and Regulation for PU 2010 Orientation

Rules and Regulation for
PU Students 2010 during Orientation

by: Security and Discipline Division



  1. It is prohibited to bring and or use CELLPHONE

    • If it is violated, the cellphone will be confiscated and returned to the end of that day
    • If it is violated 3x, the cellphone will be confiscated and returned to the end of the orientation

  2. All the Supervisor -SPV- and 2010’s Students must be PUNCTUAL

    • If late 5 minutes in the morning, all students 2010 and all SPV must push up 10x*
    • If late more than 5 minutes, there will be additional punishment only for that student violates

  3. It is prohibited SMOKING during orientation, surely no DRUGS and WEAPONS

    • If it is violated, the stuff will be confiscated and there will no return

  4. All Students must ATTEND all events in orientation program

    • If it is violated, that student must help the senior to clean up the ICT at the end of orientation
    • If sick, student may report to SPV and or orientation First Aid Division
    • Besides sickness, student may report to Security Division of Orientation Program

  5. All Students must dress according to the announced DRESS CODE and NO SHORT PANTS

    • If it is violated, the student must meet the committee and clean up the ICT at then end of the day

  6. All students are prohibited to enter OPPOSITE GENDER dormitory

    • If it is violated, the students will be reported to the head of dormitory

*reason why all students must push up: to show solidarity and awareness that my lateness will harm others

If any other mistaken, you may add your comments…Do not be hesitate, just feel free for your rights to speak up

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Posted by on August 26, 2010 in President University

 

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