When we first started Glints, we were living and working out of a shophouse (known locally in Indonesia as a “ruko”). Here...
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UI UX is an iffy concept that many quote but few understand. Recently, I decided to clear my mental fog on these 2 fields, and started a reading binge to get my understanding up to speed. Here is an unordered reading list critical to the crash course. It should minimally equip you with the necessary vocabulary for continued learning. [...]yingcong
I sat down with Qin En, co-founder of Glints for a quick chat the other day. It was laid back yet focused, much like the dude himself. Right away, he started off by telling me about what Glints means to him. I could see his passion through his long and detailed explanation about the developments that Glints has undertaken (so long and detailed [...]Deborah
The Hustle, a weekly email newsletter for entrepreneurs, recently published an excellent post on why fancy perks like catered lunches, playground-offices and ridiculous benefits won’t make you happy with your job. The article’s worth a read but in brief, staff perks and benefits are generally divided into two categories — [...]Qin En
Hello friends of Glints! My name is Yong Jie, and I am the Technical Lead for Glints. This is the first product release announcement I’m making on this blog, and I’m very excited to announce that we have released Version 4.5 of the Glints Platform. This release is mainly geared towards our employers, but there are a few notable [...]Yong Jie Wong
I remember vividly how eager I was when I stepped into the office during my first day. I was awed by their trust, flexibility and cooperation. I immediately hit it off with my fellow colleagues and interns. It was an enjoyable experience working with this group of young talents who are as excited as I was about the future. Best of all, we [...]Oswald Yeo
200,000 years ago, the first human appeared on Earth. The human race discovered that hunting in groups was more effective than as individuals. They selected the best from each tribe for every night’s hunt, in order to enjoy the best cuts of meat. Over the years, this selection process continued. Family referred family, friends referred [...]Qin En