Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Been living abroad a year now!


It was an eye opener. Being able to knew people from other backgrounds, countries, cultures, upbringings. Learning from them and wondering they found things to learn from me.

It’s a rewarding experience. I feel I had changed for better. I’m more tolerant, more open to strangers, more friendly.

The world is full of beautiful people waiting for you to share it with them.

First step.

Well, I found the rules in a website.
My best friend Jon plays rugby in England so I’ll ask him about it.
I hope there’s a team in Panama when I’m back.

Monday, July 25, 2005

I live there!


Now, Tobago

Trinidad on Carnival Weekend

My first taste of the Caribbean

Beauiful People. I didn’t get to see much of the city since I spent most of my time working at the Bank Superintendence.

Taxis don’t use id lights at night!


I spent 3 months in Barbados.
It’s a great place to be but quite expensive.
My pictures can be seen at http://www.welcomepanama.com/galleries

Sunday, July 24, 2005

Tasks for today

  • Finish loading February Data
  • Mapping Macros for November Data
  • Jose's Data DTS
  • SIT Documentation
  • TIP Documentation

Thursday, July 14, 2005


Expected loss model delivered. Waiting for feedback from Pete.

  1. Jose has to validate that output to assure it would be processed by his application.
  2. Create the batch file for running the model.
  3. Giving instructions to Jon how to run both models.

Oustanding ABC:

  1. Complete the Loading DTS for ABC Model.
  2. Load February data.
  3. Validation by Jose and Pete.
  4. Create macros and process to follow for entity 14.
  5. Load November data.