Closing this blog soon!

Hello everyone, I will be closing this blog soon because I will be transferring everything to my new blog. Check this out:




S. Cabahug, Mabolo, Cebu City 6000
Cebu City, Philippines
YM ADD: zbnb
SKYPE: zaldzbugz
Contact No.: 063-928-665-0268


Objective-C (iPhone/iPad Applications)
Cocos2D (2d Games development engine)
Delphi, Postgre SQL, MySQL


Microsoft Word, Access, Excel, & PowerPoint
Macromedia Fireworks, Macromedia Dreamweaver, UltraEdit-32
Joomla & Mambo, XAMPP, WAMP
Adobe Photoshop, Swishmax
Windows OS, Linux OS, MAC OS
Basic Computer, and Network Troubleshooting


ISYSDEV (iligan Systems Developer2005 – 2007- Systems/Web Developer)

Analyzed and developed a Client/Server Conference Mangement System on top of Joomla

(Scripting Language: PHP, HTML, XML, JAVASCRIPT)

Worked on the frontend and backend of the Provincial Hospital System of Bukidnon with a barcode reader installed.

(Frontend: DELPHI 7)
(Backend: Postgre SQL)

Worked on the frontend of the Warehouse Inventory System of the Bukidnon LGU and Philhealth Computerization Project using stored procedures.

(Frontend: DELPHI 7)
(Backend: Postgre SQL)

Analyzed and worked on backend of the Generic Payroll System using stored procedures.

(Backend: Postgre SQL SQL)

Worked on Interface Design of the Inventory System, Hotel Room and Management System, Personal Information System, Daily Time Record Management System, Generic Enrollment System.

(Interface Designing Tool: Fireworks)

Analyzed and developed a System that consolidates all the data submitted on each of the Provinces of Bukidnon from their Inventories up to their Patients using stored procedures.

(Frontend: DELPHI 7)
(Backend: Potsgre SQL)


Analyzed and developed a Student/Faculty/Registrar Information Website using the information from Saint Michael’s College.

(Scripting Language: PHP, HTML, XML, JAVASCRIPT)
(Backend: Postgre SQL)

Analyzed and developed on the frontend of the Restaurant’s POS System using the information of D’ZYR RestoBar.

(Frontend: DELPHI 7)
(Backend: Postgre SQL)

Analyzed and design a user interface on the Inventory System using the information from the Eastern Tierra ID Maker.

(Frontend: VB6)
(Interface Designing Tool: Fireworks)
Worked on the Homepage of EaZC VPN (Easy and Zero-Configuration Virtual Protocol Network)
(Scripting Language: PHP, HTML, CSS)
(Interface Designing Tool: Fireworks)


Playtech (2007 – 2009 )

- Analyzed and worked on application software.



- Joomla Extensions Developer

PODDCorp ( Philippine Offshore Development and Design Corporation 2009 – Currently)

- Analyzed and worked on web application.


- iPhone Application Developer (currently)

  • – Game app
  • – Utility app (not mainly the developer for this, just partly
    worked on it).
  • I
    also have various applications developed but not uploaded in iTunes
    coz it was owned by various clients for private usage like eBook
    readers in iPad, Live Sports, 2D game
    Quiz app.

    Oracle Laboratory(MSU – IIT)

    April 18 to June 5, 2005 (Web Developer & Programmer)

    Worked on computer programming.

    Developed a Web Page for the MSU – IIT Alumni Association.







    MSU-Iligan Institute of Tech.

    Dec. 6, 2006

    Lecture Series:5th Iligan City Computing Fair

    MSU-Iligan Institute of Tech.

    Nov. 25-26, 2006

    3rd Computing Society of the Phil. Visayas-Mindanao


    MSU-Iligan Institute of Tech.

    September 2010

    Game Development Association of the Philippines Summit

    UP Diliman, Philippines, Manila


    March 2007 College

    Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
    MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology
    Tibanga, Iligan City

    2001 Secondary

    Iigan City East High School –
    Regional Science High School
    Acmac Sta. Felomina, Iligan City

    1997 Elementary

    Villa Verde Elementary School
    Villa Verde, Iligan City



    Date of Birth : Dec. 31, 1983 Religion : Catholic

    Place of Birth: Iligan City Sex : Male

    Age : 27 Height : 5’8”

    Civil Status : Married

    Weight : 120 lbs.

    Citizenship : Filipino

    Competencies: Willing to take on new duties and responsibilities.

    Easy to adapt and People/Customer-Oriented
    Can work efficiently as part of a team or as an individual

    Interest :

    Acquire new knowledge, computer works ,reading books,
    playing music, watching TV programs on Science & Animation



    Engr. Roy Pamitalan

    SCS Faculty, Consultant
    Dean (SCS) UN. Cisco Certified MSU-IIT
    MSU – IIT Tibanga, Iligan City
    Tibanga, Iligan City

    Sir Dorward Villaruz

    SCS Faculty(Systems Administrator)
    Tibanga, Iligan City

    Mr. Zyrel Chika

    D’zyr Restobar
    Tibanga, Iligan City





    dauntingadjectivethe daunting task of raising five boysintimidatingformidabledisconcertingunnervingunsettlingdismayingdiscouragingdisheartening,dispiritingdemoralizingforbiddingominousawesomefrighteningfearsomechallengingtaxingexacting.

    seeming difficult to deal with in anticipation; intimidating daunting task.

    daunt |dônt; dänt|verb [ trans. (usu. be daunted)make (someone) feel intimidated or apprehensive some people are daunted by technology.

    retaliate |riˈtalēˌāt|
    verb [ intrans. ]
    make an attack or assault in return for a similar attack : the blow stung and she retaliated immediately.
    • [ trans. ] archaic repay (an injury or insult) in kind : they used their abilities to retaliate the injury.

    mantra |ˈmantrə; ˈmän-|
    (originally in Hinduism and Buddhism) a word or sound repeated to aid concentration in meditation.
    • a Vedic hymn.
    • a statement or slogan repeated frequently : the environmental mantra that energy has for too long been

    denounce |diˈnouns|
    verb [ trans. ]
    publicly declare to be wrong or evil : the Assembly denounced the use of violence | he was widely denounced as a traitor.
    • inform against : some of his own priests denounced him to the King for heresy.

    decry |diˈkrī|
    verb ( -cries, -cried) [ trans. ]
    publicly denounce : they decried human rights abuses.

    perpetrate |ˈpərpəˌtrāt|
    verb [ trans. ]
    carry out or commit (a harmful, illegal, or immoral action) : a crime has been perpetrated against a sovereign state.

    perpetuate |pərˈpe ch oōˌāt|
    verb [ trans. ]
    make (something, typically an undesirable situation or an unfounded belief) continue indefinitely : the law perpetuated the interests of the ruling class.
    • preserve (something valued) from oblivion or extinction : how did these first humans survive to perpetuate the species?

    contentious |kənˈten ch əs|
    causing or likely to cause an argument; controversial : a contentious issue.
    • involving heated argument : the socioeconomic plan had been the subject of contentious debate.
    • (of a person) given to arguing or provoking argument : a contentious amateur politician who has offended minority groups.
    • Law relating to or involving differences between contending parties.

    verb |ˌekskəˈmyoōniˌkāt| [ trans. ]
    officially exclude (someone) from participation in the sacraments and services of the Christian Church.

    alleviate |əˈlēvēˌāt|
    verb [ trans. ]
    make (suffering, deficiency, or a problem) less severe : he couldn’t prevent her pain, only alleviate it | measures to alleviate unemployment.


    diligence 1 |ˈdiləjəns|
    careful and persistent work or effort.

    they set about their tasks with diligence: conscientiousness, assiduousness, assiduity, hard work, application, concentration, effort, care, industriousness, rigor, meticulousness, thoroughness; perseverance, persistence, tenacity, dedication, commitment, tirelessness, indefatigability, doggedness.

    abstain |abˈstān|
    verb [ intrans. ]
    1 restrain oneself from doing or enjoying something : abstaining from chocolate.
    • refrain from drinking alcohol : most pregnant women abstain or drink very little.
    2 formally decline to vote either for or against a proposal or motion : forty-one voted with the opposition, and some sixty more abstained.

    Arthur’s children were convinced that his young bride was deluding him: mislead, deceive, fool, take in, trick, dupe, hoodwink, gull, lead on; informal con, pull the wool over someone’s eyes, lead up the garden path, take for a ride, sucker, snooker.


    iOS Development Nuggets

    I would like to share with you guys some development areas of iOS that I have compiled so far. I intended to post this one so that I have something to flip over everytime I happen to forget something during development because my brain is somewhat that occupied that I can’t memorize everything, especialy syntaxes.

    These are the things that I have compiled so far: Continue reading

    PHP Notes

    Cron Jobs in Cpanel

    The command to run:

    /usr/local/bin/php -f/home/[username]/public_html/[fileName].php

    Next you’ll want to select an option from all the select boxes. Remember to select an option in each box. If you want something to run every day at 1AM, select Minute: 0; Hour: 1; Day: Every; Month: Every; Weekday: Every;

    Happy Coding :)

    Sending Email with Attachments

    This tutorial gives you an idea on how to send emails in objective c with attachments.

    First we are aware that iPhone has this capablities already. But the question is how could we be able to use this feature in our own applications?

    Here is the answer: read.

    Anyway, there are two ways to implement emails sending in Objective C.

    You could either use the UIApplication or the MFMailComposeViewController in MessageUI Framework.

    Here is the procedure on sending an email using UIApplication.

    Attach the code from this tip to a button, you can give your users a way to promote your app to their friends via the iPhone’s built in Mail app.

    - (void)sendEmailTo:(NSString*)to withCC:(NSString*)cc withBCC:(NSString*)bcc withSubject:(NSString*)subject withBody:(NSString*)body {
    	NSString * url = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"mailto:?to=%@&cc=%@&bcc=%@&subject=%@&body=%@",
    					  [to stringByAddingPercentEscapesUsingEncoding:NSASCIIStringEncoding],
    					  [cc stringByAddingPercentEscapesUsingEncoding:NSASCIIStringEncoding],
    					  [bcc stringByAddingPercentEscapesUsingEncoding:NSASCIIStringEncoding],
    					  [subject stringByAddingPercentEscapesUsingEncoding:NSASCIIStringEncoding],
    					  [body stringByAddingPercentEscapesUsingEncoding:NSASCIIStringEncoding]];
    	[[UIApplication sharedApplication] openURL:[NSURL URLWithString:url]];

    NOTE: Running this function in the iPhone Simulator will have no effect because the simulator does not include the iPhone’s Mail app. To see the effects of this function, it must be run on a device.


    Once you have that message defined in one of your classes, you can open the Mail app with a pre-composed email with just one message call. The following example opens an email and specifies a to, cc and bcc address.

    [self sendEmailTo:@""
             withBody:@"<p>Hello, <a href=''>Hello</a>, I am here!</p><p><a href=''><img src='image source here...'/></a></p>"];

    Next is using the MessageUI Framework.

    //First we need to reference the Message UI framework.Then import
    <MessageUI/MessageUI.h> and <MessageUI/MFMailComposeViewController.h>
    //Here is the framework link incase you forgot. Macintosh
    //Add this protocol to any interface you were using

    Then add this code in you implementation file.

    -(void)mailComposeController:(MFMailComposeViewController*)controller didFinishWithResult:(MFMailComposeResult)result error:(NSError*)error {
     [self dismissModalViewControllerAnimated:YES];
    -(IBAction)mailIt {
     MFMailComposeViewController *picker = [[MFMailComposeViewController alloc] init];
     picker.mailComposeDelegate = self;
     [picker setSubject:@"This is a sample Subject"];
     UIImage *roboPic = [UIImage imageNamed:@"podd.jpg"];
     NSData *imageData = UIImageJPEGRepresentation(roboPic, 1);
     [picker addAttachmentData:imageData mimeType:@"image/jpg" fileName:@"podd.jpg"];
     NSString *emailBody = @"This is a sample Body content.!";
     [picker setMessageBody:emailBody isHTML:YES];
     [self presentModalViewController:picker animated:YES];
     [picker release];

    Happy Coding…:)

    UITableViewCell – Customization

    This is how you call your UITablewVieCell class inside your - (UITableViewCell *)tableView:(UITableView *)tableView cellForRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath. (Considering that you were using a NIB – viewbased).

    static NSString *CellIdentifier = @"Cell"
    CustomCell *cell = (CustomCell  *)[tableView dequeueReusableCellWithIdentifier:CellIdentifier];
    if (cell == nil) 
    NSArray *cellObject =[[NSBundle mainBundle]  loadNibNamed:@"CustomCell" owner:nil  options:nil];
    for(id currentCell in cellObject) {
    if([currentCell isKindOfClass:[UITableViewCell class]]) {
    cell = (CustomCell*)currentCell;
    cell.memberVariable.text = @"text";
    cell.selectionStyle = UITableViewCellSelectionStyleNone;
    return cell;

    Enjoy. :)


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