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PostSubject: Nostalgic MIT   Tue Oct 24, 2006 1:59 pm

Quite sure that all ex-MIT students won't forget the narrow road flanked by green paddy fields to the university, famous toddy juice (for we guys) at the foot of Mt. Yankin, broad range of hazy Shan high land and some other beautiful memories of Mandalay Institute of Technology. Here we, brothers and sisters of MIT, have a chance to gather again in this little forum. Let's share knowledge and latest updates to each others.
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PostSubject: good old but sweet memories!   Tue Oct 24, 2006 7:04 pm

hey nanda!

that's beautifully written and surely brought lots of good old but sweet memories of MIT back,.... and given me damn home sick blue as well.

I like to hear from my old mates too, lets keep in touch!

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(lets see if anyone can crack my name to say who I am:), apart from you though, shark!)
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PostSubject: let me guess   Wed Oct 25, 2006 11:49 pm

Are you Ko C-Pyaung?
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PostSubject: Are u C Pyaung?   Thu Oct 26, 2006 12:51 am

SpeeRose.. my buddy, reponse by yourself. lol!
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PostSubject: Re:Are you Ko C-Pyaung?   Thu Oct 26, 2006 9:51 pm

hi YanNaingAye

You are dead right........... spot on Smile .. did you see my bald head........ lol Smile

now I am ashame of myself Crying or Very sad , coz I can't recall your name being one from my batch? Am I right though? Or give me a hint to help refreshing my short memory!

oh btw, firmware engineer sounds cool! what kinda stuff d'you work on?
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PostSubject: you are also right   Thu Oct 26, 2006 11:13 pm

Dear Ko Spee Rose,
You are also right! I'm not from your batch.
I am one year junior to you. I remember you and spee group because I don't know what spee means. rabbit Just kidding! In fact, I always thank my seniors for the unforgettable memories we had got in Monywa Kyoukkar excursion and 1996 Happy new year night. Glad to meet all of you. You can visit my link http://yan.blogsite.org I write firmwares for 8051 family (usually ATMEL's AT89C2051 and NXP's (formally Philips) P89C58X2) microcontrollers. I have to use Assembly to modify existing firmwares and I use C for new projects.


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PostSubject: Great job!!   Thu Oct 26, 2006 11:42 pm

You are on a great job YNA. Seems a typical electronic stuff. As for me, though I was from EC, what I m doing right now is nothing to do with Electronics. Ofcoz it does relate with digital stuff but more in system level communications systems design ,like 3G and 4G wireless digital comm. No electronic circuits, no ICs at all but all the stuff u do practically on circuits, such as modulation, encoding etc. are in the form of mathematical expressions and equations and just rely mostly on simulations. It really is a headache for a guy like me, as u know I have never been well with programming and mathematics. Speaking of that Monywa trip, I remember SpeeRose was an awesome game master then.
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PostSubject: Re: Nostalgic MIT   Fri Oct 27, 2006 8:19 am

SpeeRose wrote:
hey nanda!

that's beautifully written and surely brought lots of good old but sweet memories of MIT back,.... and given me damn home sick blue as well.

I like to hear from my old mates too, lets keep in touch!

SpeeRose
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Hello,

How r u? Long time no see. Ko LK got a good job in San Jose. I hope u remember me.
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PostSubject: Re: Nostalgic MIT   Fri Oct 27, 2006 8:22 am

Nanda wrote:
You are on a great job YNA. Seems a typical electronic stuff. As for me, though I was from EC, what I m doing right now is nothing to do with Electronics. Ofcoz it does relate with digital stuff but more in system level communications systems design ,like 3G and 4G wireless digital comm. No electronic circuits, no ICs at all but all the stuff u do practically on circuits, such as modulation, encoding etc. are in the form of mathematical expressions and equations and just rely mostly on simulations. It really is a headache for a guy like me, as u know I have never been well with programming and mathematics. Speaking of that Monywa trip, I remember SpeeRose was an awesome game master then.


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Congratulation for outstanding student paper award!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Nostalgic MIT   Fri Oct 27, 2006 8:23 am

Nanda wrote:
You are on a great job YNA. Seems a typical electronic stuff. As for me, though I was from EC, what I m doing right now is nothing to do with Electronics. Ofcoz it does relate with digital stuff but more in system level communications systems design ,like 3G and 4G wireless digital comm. No electronic circuits, no ICs at all but all the stuff u do practically on circuits, such as modulation, encoding etc. are in the form of mathematical expressions and equations and just rely mostly on simulations. It really is a headache for a guy like me, as u know I have never been well with programming and mathematics. Speaking of that Monywa trip, I remember SpeeRose was an awesome game master then.


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PostSubject: Re: Nostalgic MIT   Fri Oct 27, 2006 8:23 am

Nanda wrote:
You are on a great job YNA. Seems a typical electronic stuff. As for me, though I was from EC, what I m doing right now is nothing to do with Electronics. Ofcoz it does relate with digital stuff but more in system level communications systems design ,like 3G and 4G wireless digital comm. No electronic circuits, no ICs at all but all the stuff u do practically on circuits, such as modulation, encoding etc. are in the form of mathematical expressions and equations and just rely mostly on simulations. It really is a headache for a guy like me, as u know I have never been well with programming and mathematics. Speaking of that Monywa trip, I remember SpeeRose was an awesome game master then.


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PostSubject: 18 and life   Fri Oct 27, 2006 3:24 pm

Hi THW
How come you are still at 18? Thank you for visiting my blog. but I will be away from the world for nearly 3 weeks as I will be going back home soon.
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PostSubject: Re: Nostalgic MIT   Fri Oct 27, 2006 9:23 pm

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Dear Ko Spee Rose,
You are also right! I'm not from your batch.
I am one year junior to you. I remember you and spee group because I don't know what spee means. rabbit Just kidding! In fact, I always thank my seniors for the unforgettable memories we had got in Monywa Kyoukkar excursion and 1996 Happy new year night. Glad to meet all of you. You can visit my link http://www.ntu.edu.sg/home5/yann0002/ I write firmwares for 8051 family (usually ATMEL's AT89C2051 and NXP's (formally Philips) P89C58X2) microcontrollers. I have to use Assembly to modify existing firmwares and I use C for new projects.

Yeah, those days are unforgettable, but sadly unattainable now:(!

Atmel's uC are nice to play around with, unsing C! You must be having fun in that, but not so sure about assembly. ha it's programmer's nightmare, ain't it? We have got couples of Test Jigs that use Atme's uC, but usually firmwares are outsourced! so, i've got not much fun with it yet, but love to one day, hopefully! maybe then i can learn a lesson or two from ya:)
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PostSubject: Re: Nostalgic MIT   Fri Oct 27, 2006 9:31 pm

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Hello,

How r u? Long time no see. Ko LK got a good job in San Jose. I hope u remember me.

THW = Than Htut Win???

How are you? Where are you now? In US with LK? Pass my hellos to LK!

NaphOO aka CP alien
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PostSubject: Re: Nostalgic MIT   Fri Oct 27, 2006 9:39 pm

does THW stand for than hein win?
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PostSubject: Re: Nostalgic MIT   Fri Oct 27, 2006 9:43 pm

Yes it is ShotePwa. Poor you Naphoo.
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PostSubject: Congratulation!   Sat Oct 28, 2006 12:10 am

Hi Ko Nanda,
Congratulation for Outstanding Paper Award! Glad to hear that. I'm really proud of our Uni because of you.
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PostSubject: Re: Nostalgic MIT   Sat Oct 28, 2006 7:38 am

Hello Ko Ah shoke,

Yes, I am than hein win. Nice to hear from u, please pass my rememberance to Ko ALA.

Take care.
THW

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PostSubject: Re: Nostalgic MIT   Sat Oct 28, 2006 7:41 am

Hi,
u r pretty close. may be u remember more to my bro. than me Very Happy . i m now in LA. I will pass yr message to LK.
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Hello,

How r u? Long time no see. Ko LK got a good job in San Jose. I hope u remember me.

THW = Than Htut Win???

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PostSubject: Re: Nostalgic MIT   Sat Nov 11, 2006 10:39 pm

Nanda wrote:
Quite sure that all ex-MIT students won't forget the narrow road flanked by green paddy fields to the university, famous toddy juice (for we guys) at the foot of Mt. Yankin, broad range of hazy Shan high land and some other beautiful memories of Mandalay Institute of Technology. Here we, brothers and sisters of MIT, have a chance to gather again in this little forum. Let's share knowledge and latest updates to each others.
Cheers!!
Ko Gyi Nandar(think it's not over yet) Wink ,
may b U definitely got awarded 4 the paper
but won't get any from me as a consequence of forgetting 2 make a call while u were @ the transit on way back home
anyway,
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PostSubject: Re: Nostalgic MIT   Sun Nov 12, 2006 10:29 am

Sarpatee
Now I m in MDY. YOu can reach me at 09 5310397. Keep in touch.
Your bro
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PostSubject: Re: Nostalgic MIT   Sun Nov 12, 2006 11:22 am

I am broke and couldn't ring you now No
chorrdee Very Happy
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