After a month of fasting in the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims around the world (including me! :)) celebrate Eid al-Fitr which means the celebration of the end of fasting. Hence, I would like to wish all Muslims:
تَقَبَّلَ اللَّهُ مِنَّا وَمِنْك
May Alloh accept it (all the good deed) from us and you.
Keep the level of ibadah(observance) high after Ramadan! *a reminder for myself as well
And I hope we’ll have meet Ramadan again next year! *ameeen 🙂
TaqabbalAllohu minna wa minkum 🙂
 Ucapan Selamat Hari Raya Idul Fitri, from muslim.or.id (In Bahasa Indonesia)
I was looking for some slides template for Decentralized System presentation and I found this awesome slide – to kill evil beast called Procrastination!
Brady Gilchrist, the creator of the slide, suggests a technique called KPP which stands for Know, Plan and Push. In a nutshell, I summarize the technique as… Continue reading Kill Procrastination
It is Spanish and it means “Hello World!” in English. Well, I’m restarting this blog with “بسم اللة”!
“بسم اللة” is Arabic and it means “With the name of Alloh”. It is compulsory for a Muslim to start something good with that term 🙂
See you in next post!
Testing for my first post!