ProCodeCG codeMeetUp() #99 – CyberLabs – How to Find Co-Founder for Your StartUp

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Today Founder and CEO of CyberLabs, Ahmad Syarif Hidayatullah shared about how to find co-founder for a start-up πŸ™‚

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A profile of young and successful entrepreneur πŸ˜‰

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How to find the right partner?

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Find those whom share the same vision and mission

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Find co-founder(s) is not easy. There were fail attempts before CyberLabs. The first was KampoengTI.com

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And then the second was Samoedra.com

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and finally: CyberLabs πŸ™‚

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Started from a very few people

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and then growing bigger

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and bigger

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and bigger! πŸ™‚

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What’s the secret behind the success of CyberLabs?)

 

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One of the most important thing is to know the personality of our partners or crews

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Are they fall into one of these categories?

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This chart is a guide about strength and weaknesses based on the category

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Example people in each category

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How to motivate and handle each category

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The last the most important is to be humble. To tolerate and to understand πŸ™‚

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Because it is about building relationship πŸ™‚

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Yaaay CyberLabs! πŸ™‚

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And this is how we build relationship πŸ™‚

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ProCodeCG has grown together with CyberLabs since about 2 years ago. CyberLabs has grown so fast and it becomes one of ProCodeCG start-up role model πŸ™‚

Keep rocking, CyberLabs, thanks so much for sharing πŸ™‚

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ProCodeCG at ITENAS Alumni Homecoming and Sharing – 1 Dec 2016

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Yesterday ProCodeCG was invited to share about our journey to lecturers and students of Industrial Engineering Faculty.

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Our founder, Marisa Paryasto, got the Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering from ITENAS. So as an alumni she shared the view from outside the campus, what’s going on there and what is expected by the stakeholders.

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There is a wide gap between what is expected by the industry and what a graduate can offer. ProCodeCG was founded to fill in the gap. It provides education for kids to make sure that in the future we will have enough qualified programmers and IT experts, and education for moms so that they can have programming skills mostly needed by the industry. IT and programming skills will help mom to raise their kids in this information technology era.

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The audience πŸ™‚ They were pretty shocked that kids and moms can do programming and get things done πŸ™‚

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We also gave some suggestions for the institution, lecturers and students to be ableΒ to cope with the challenges πŸ™‚ Hope that it was inspiring enough πŸ™‚

ProCodeCG Sharing to Taruna Bakti Grade 7 Students

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Today ProCodeCG shared about “What Does A Coder/Programmer Do” to Grade 7 Students of Taruna Bakti at Digilife Dago πŸ™‚

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There were about 34 kids so this room will be packed up! πŸ˜‰

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They arrived and made registration

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Some of them very curious about programming, they had some experience with robotics and Arduino. But most of them know programming or “programming” from Minecraft πŸ˜€

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So glad we had a super big screen so everybody can see what being displayed πŸ™‚

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This how they looked when they were watching a video about “coding is magic. it’s some kind of superpower.” πŸ˜€

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And at the end of the event, there were some challenges, and whoever can finish one level of code, will be given a gift from Telkomsel T-Cash and Simpati πŸ™‚

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They had to code in front of their classmates (and being helped and cheered up by others of course πŸ™‚ )

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And this is the winners! πŸ˜‰ ❀

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Hoping to see most of them on upcoming ProCodeCG Coding Camp! πŸ˜‰

ProCodeCG Kids Programming Class 19 Dec 2015 – Creating Tutorials

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Today is tutorial creating day! We have planned that today we’re going to make video tutorials to be uploaded to ProCodeCG Channel on YouTube! πŸ™‚
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Every kids are getting ready with their laptops, installing software for screen recording.

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As soon as the software got installed, Azriel creates a tutorial about Virus right away! His English is so fluent! But he has to re-record the tutorial because other kids won’t stop yelling on the background asking him to run the virus on his computer to prove what he explains in the tutorial, LOL!

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The next recording, everybody keeps quiet πŸ˜€

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Faris is the one who finds out which screen recording most efficient for us. He helps other students to use it and he also creates his own Photoshop tutorial πŸ˜‰

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Gaga is preparing a tutorial about Minecraft! Everybody is so excited about this πŸ™‚

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Cinta needs some separated and quiet place to do hers, with Capt. Syahna assistance.

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Capt. Fizhan is observing the process, while also suggesting that he can fix and edit the tutorial so Cinta should not be worried about making mistakes! (notice that she makes some notes on a book to remind her what to say) πŸ™‚

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Cinta creates 2 tutorials in the class today, and creates 5 more after the class!!!

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While in the other room kids are working together making things work.

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Ardi also creates a tutorial on Minecraft, and this is how he plays around with lil bro and mom after the class LOL LOL (poor mom, are you okay?)

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We are going to upload the tutorial videos on our channel very soon! πŸ™‚

ProCodeCG codeMeetUp() #45 – Hair Styling and Rendering in Blender

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Yes, this is the 45th ProCodeCG codeMeetUp(), yayyy πŸ™‚

Yesterday Kampoong Monster Studio gave a workshop on Hair Styling and Rendering with Blender πŸ™‚ The man in charge to deliver the topic is Bintang Senja – CG Supervisor of Kampoong Monster Studio πŸ™‚

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Hair effects can be done in to ways: with polygon and with particle system. In polygon, the hair is created from mesh by adjusting alpha to make it look more real. This technique is faster. With particle system (it can also be used for grass, explosion, fog, smoke, etc), the object (in this case hair) can be given effects, can be dynamic, can be interactive (some force field can be applied, like wind, etc.). But particle hair requires more computing power and relatively slow.

We used particle hair in this workshop πŸ™‚

 

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The audience. Small but powerful πŸ˜‰

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So the workshop began:

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And these are some screenshots of the process. From peeling of the scalp, planting/generating some hair, combing and cutting the hair, applying colors and background, putting and arranging lighting to rendering πŸ™‚

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The happy us! πŸ™‚

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See you again! πŸ™‚

ProCodeCG codeMeetUp()++ 22 Oct 2015 at Digilife Dago

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Last Thursday, we held a big ProCodeCG codeMeetUp() at Digilife Dago πŸ™‚

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Insan Music Store arrived very early to set up things πŸ™‚

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ScarryMo, was also there πŸ™‚

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Digilife Dago kindly set up a stage for Insan Music Store performance

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Pak Budi Rahardjo was coordinating with Pak Izak Jenie, Head of Digital Service, 7 – Eleven.

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ProCodeCG and Insan Music Store banners

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Pak Budi Rahardjo gave a welcome speech,
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introducing Pak Izak Jenie to the audience πŸ™‚
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The first topic was “Kids Programming and IT Education for Empowering the Future” by Marisa Paryasto, founder of ProCodeCG.

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Dyan R. Helmi, CMO of Dycode, shared about on of its product: Allegra – Marketing and Social Engagement Machine.


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And Ahmad Syarif Hidayatullah, Founder of CyberLabs, shared about “Tips on How To Create Growing Business”.IMG_8696

We had a break for lunch and some jamming session after that πŸ™‚

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We had a great time!

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Meanwhile, Muhammad Ajie Santika, CEO of TinkerGames, had just arrived and tasted some ScarryMo too πŸ˜€
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Yeaaah, a new banner had been added!

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More CEOs were coming too! These are Aditia A. Pratama – Technical Director of Kampoong Monster Studio and Ramdhan Dwi Putra – the CEO!

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We got more crowd here! The more the merrier! There was also Muhammad Ihsan Akhirulsyah – CFO of Cybreed!
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Yaaay finally, Insan Music Store performance, Pak Budi Rahardjo and his son Luqman Rahardjo!
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And this is Muhammad Ihsan Akhirulsyah – CFO of Cybreed, explained about Cybreed, mostly philosophically πŸ™‚
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850637150_4520002188107413641Aaand last but not least, Aditia A. Pratama – Technical Director and Ramdhan Dwi Putra – CEO of Kampoong Monster shared about “Expand Through Collaboration”

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This is an incredible event attended by incredible people and incredible topics! ProCodeCG is so proud to be able to held this event. Looking forward to do it again! Thanks to Digilife Dago and all the speakers, and all the audiences!

See you soon! πŸ™‚

ProCodeCG codeMeetUp() 19 Oct 2015 – Simulakrum: “Our Lessons Learned from Motion Picture”

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We were very lucky yesterday to have a great and talented filmmaker, Shendi Abdi M from Simulakrum Media Works share about lessons learned from Motion Picture.

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Simulakrum is a visual communication design studio. Its products focused on audio-visual and multimedia contents, including film, video, motion graphics, visual effects and interactive media.

Simulakrum definition is a copy, imitation or representation of life reality perceived by people. People then make assumptions that the copy, imitation and representation is the true life reality. This definition is being used so that Simulakrum Studio products as the copy, imitation and imitation of life reality can be accepted and trusted by the people and will give the expected impacts.

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The talk was very inspiring because every word and meaning was clearly defined. There were also examples for each definition.

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There were lots of new insights and knowledge about film/motion picture/ movie most people haven’t heard before.

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The topic covers many details about filmmaking. With some of movie scenes for examples.

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We bet lots of people want to know all these interesting stuffs about movies.

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And we also bet that not many people notice that we have lots of talented people and company in filmmaking!

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Simulakrum is one of those talented and qualified company on its field. It knows what to do.

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It knows what makes a film good or bad.

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This presentation shows how people with passion work. It shows hard work and dedication.

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